Research has consistently shown that parental involvement in children’s education from an early age does make a significant difference to their learning progress. It has been found to equate with better outcomes in terms of cognitive and social development.
Thus, in Seeds, we believe strongly that parents must first be the teachers in their child’s learning journey. We encourage positive parental engagement at home and in school. We want the best for the children in our school and hope to enrich their learning with parental involvement.
Hence, close communication is at the core of our partnership approach. Keeping parents informed about their children’s learning progress in school is essential to us so that parents can conduct home learning activities to reinforce learning. Parents can play games involving letters and numbers, sing songs and rhymes, paint, read with their children and visit the library together.
We also believe that it is essential for us to know more about the children’s learning patterns, behaviour and habits at home in order to enable us to identify their learning styles better. This will help us to effectively plan our key learning activities and do up a personalized learning plan for each child.
In Seeds, we have many channels of communication between the school and parents. Scheduled meetings, daily interactions, students’ portal (Ichild), children’s learning checklists, reports and our parents and teachers’ conferences are all established established for a strong and positive partnership with parents in order to enhance children’s learning and well being so to empower them to reach their optimal potential.
Ms Jenica and management of Seeds Learning Group,
May the Lord continue to bless the work of your hands! Thank you for nurturing and educating Lisa Foo and equipping her for the next phase – primary school!
Adena, mother of Foo Xi Ern, Lisa
As the year is coming to an end, we would like to say a Big thank you for the help that you had given Aidan since he joined Seeds this February. He actually tells us he enjoys going to school now.
Elaine, mother of Aidan Tan
To the management and staff of Seeds Learning Group: We would like to take this opportunity to show our appreciation and gratitude for making a difference in the lives of the little ones. Though today might mark the end of Sonya’s journey with Seeds, please know that everything you had done worth. You have a greater effect than you will ever know known. So let this be one of the many reasons you continue to nurture the architects of the future.
Sophia, mother of Sonya Ruth Tan