Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! - ELNA B. AQUINO

One of the most im­por­tant fac­tors af­fect­ing child per­for­mance in school is the in­volve­ment of their par­ents in their ed­u­ca­tion. Par­ent-teach­ers re­la­tion­ship is the best way to im­prove child per­for­mance in school.

Nowa­days, some of the par­ents didn’t know this re­la­tion­ship, be­cause they don’t even go to school dur­ing cards out day. They do not ask the teach­ers about their child per­for­mance in school. Also, they don’t go to school when the teach­ers ask for a meet­ing. They do not co­op­er­ate when it comes to school mat­ters. Re­mem­ber that teacher is the se­cond par­ent of their chil­dren so par­ents must be the first per­son who will sup­port and guide their chil­dren.

There are some stu­dents who deeply need the guid­ance of their par­ents es­pe­cially those who are hardly to read and write and those who need dis­ci­pline. How will the teach­ers han­dle this sit­u­a­tion alone? Yes, they can if it is class hours but how about when they go home? Par­ents and teach­ers must have the same goals for the chil­dren. It is they want each in­di­vid­ual to do their best, to learn and to have good at­ti­tude.

As a teacher, we want our learn­ers to learn and to have dis­ci­pline we can eas­ily do that by the co­op­er­a­tion of their par­ents. We have to work hand in hand to achieve our goal for our chil­dren.


The au­thor is Teacher I at Sto. Niño Ele­men­tary School

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