Parents are allies in education.
Parents and educators are equal partners in education.
Parents are our clients.
Parents' views are not important.
Parents' views are important but they are not always right.
Parents' views are valuable because they are well-informed.
Teachers communicate school policies to the parents confidently.
Teachers explain school policies to parents but withhold some information that may not favour them.
Teachers are displeased when parents question school policies.
Parents should only meet teachers when they are called.
My school coordinates with parents in joint-planning and implementation of programmes and activities.
Parents are welcomed to volunteer their services to the school.
My school organises parents workshops for parents
My school do not offer parents workshop.
My school offer advocacy training e.g. financial literacy to parents.
My school creates safe spaces for dialogues with parents.
My school obtains feedback from parents through surveys.
My school conducts surveys for parents when there is a need.
Parents' feedback and views are taken into account in the making of school policies.
Parents have some power in the making of school policies.
Parents' feedback and views are not considered in the making of school policies.