The school implements the “Storytelling” Parent Volunteer Reading Program, allowing parents to come to school to tell stories for their children. Parent volunteers can be recommended by the school to participate in the Story Parenting Workshop. Through the workshop, parents learn to choose books, use voice, “voice acting” role skills, ask inspiring questions, make small crafts, design extension activities, etc. Parents learn skills to teach and attract children’s interest in learning, and promote parent-child reading culture.
Parents are our best partners. We maintain a good and close relationship with parents through different communication channels and give play to the spirit of home-school cooperation. Parents participate in assisting outdoor visits to help improve children’s learning quality and increase parents and children’s sense of belonging to the school.