Family And School Partnership

Sharing and Supporting Educational Goals

Aman Ceria is a family school that promotes consideration, cooperation, and courtesy. 

Family involvement is integral to the success of children's holistic development and learning.

Parents and teachers provide the Best learning environment, both at home and in the school.  

Family-school partnerships are collaborative relationships and activities involving teachers and parents. Effective partnerships are based on mutual trust and respect, and shared responsibility for the education of the children.

Helping Children Learn from Mistakes

All children need encouragement to learn and succeed. Learning from mistakes  is an important part of child development.

Parents & School Shared Goals

Parents are children first and most influential teachers. Children learn skills and attitudes from their parents, starting from the very first day. It is important to understand that learning does not begin when children started school, learning begins and continue at home.


 School provides families, a place for friendship, encouragement, support, growth, fun, and involvement with the children's education. A safe and holistic environment for children to enjoy lots of fun daily activities to help them learn and grow.

Parenting style

Parenting styles represent the different strategies parents use to raise their children. The basic styles of parenting are defined by the parents' levels of control over their children and responsiveness to their children. Parenting styles are not hard and fast rules.

Parenting styles vary with the parents and the children whom they raise. One style may work well with one family and its unique circumstances while that same style may prove ineffective with another family and its different makeup and circumstances.

One of the best known theories of parenting style was developed by Diana Baumrind a developmental psychologist, a leading expert in parenting. She proposed that parents fall into one of three categories

Three main categories of parenting styles :

Permissive, Authoritarian , Assertive - Democratic

Authoritarian -telling their children exactly what to do

Permissive - allowing their children to do whatever they wish

Assertive - Democratic - providing rules and guidance without being overbearing

An authoritarian parent

This style of parenting has been identified as the "drill sergeant" approach. Commanding the child what to do and what not to do, rules are clear and unbending. Misbehavior is severely punished.

Predominant for most of authoritarian parenting is effective in societies experiencing little change and accepting one way to do things.

The parent instructs the child on each act. The child learns by imitating. This style mismatches a rapidly changing society which values choice and innovation.

 Children of authoritarian parents
The effects of authoritarian parenting styles have been associated with a variety of child outcomes including social skills and academic performance

* Some children display more aggressive behavior outside the home.

* Others may act fearful or overly shy around others.

* Often have lower self-esteem.

* Have difficulty in social situations.

Permissive parent

Permissive parenting is sometimes known as indulgent parenting. This style of parenting make relatively few demands upon their children.

They take a "hands-off" approach, allowing children to learn from the consequences of their actions.

Misbehavior is usually ignored. Without clear limits, children get confused, feel insecure, and can make poor choices.

Children raised by permissive parents

The effects of permissive parenting

* Lack self-discipline

* Sometimes have poor social skills

* May be self-involved and demanding

* May feel insecure due to the lack of boundaries and guidance

An assertive-democratic parent (authoritative or interactive Parenting)

Assertive- democratic parenting is probably the most balance approach to raising children as it sits somewhere in the middle of permissive and authoritarian parenting styles.

In an ideal world, this would likely be the most favoured method of parenting. Parents who give children lots of practice in making choices and guide them to see the consequences of those choices.

Children raised by this style learn to accept responsibility make wiser choices. They can cope with change and are better equipped to succeed in work-force which relies on cooperative problem-solving.

Children raised by assertive- democratic parents

Assertive Democratic parenting produces children who are generally well balanced and able to cope with situations well.

The effects of assertive-democratic parents

* Children have secure social life and an ability to communicate

* Children help around the house with domestic chores.

* Children have good behavior

* Children demonstrate a certain level of responsibility

* Children are able to cope well and thrive in any social setting

* Children have an interest and curiosity in life

To your parenting success
Helen Law


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