For Schools

Parent Engagement – for Schools & Teachers

Welcome to the Queensland Independent Schools Parents Network parent engagement portal. In this section schools and teachers will find information and resources to help them develop successful parental engagement programs within their school communities.

The QIS Parents Network has compiled a range of Australian and international articles and tools to help answer school questions around: What is parent engagement? What does the research on parent engagement tell us? Why does it matter for principals and teachers? How do students and their families benefit? What things can we implement at our school? How will we measure our success?

There’s a wealth of research and tools available to support schools to develop or enhance their engagement programs and activities with parents. Follow the links to download tools that we hope will support your work. Let us know if you find other information that we can upload here to share with others.

Parental Engagement Overview

Resources For Schools

Parental Engagement Frameworks

Resources To Use With Parents

News
Results are almost in for the class of 2018

Queensland school leavers are set to find out their final Year 12 results. The Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority (QCAA) will publish individual results, including Overall Positions (OPs), in student online [ … ]

School funding: your questions answered in upcoming webinar

Australian non-government schools will be moving to a new funding system that will use parental income tax data to determine future school funding levels from 2020. School funding is a [ … ]

Parents feel out of their depth dealing with their children’s behaviour

Many parents are feeling stressed, guilty and alone when it comes to dealing with their children’s behaviour. About 1 in 2 parents believe they lose patience with their children too [ … ]

Funding certainty for independent schools

Queensland independent schools and their families have been assured of their federal funding entitlements for 2019. The Australian Government has announced an extra $170.8 million in 2019 as an interim [ … ]