Cooperation between the home and the school is carried out in various ways. Close cooperation is necessary between the home and the school to ensure that children and young people’s schooling is as successful as possible. The main form of cooperation is communication between the teachers and the guardians regarding the progress of the pupil’s studies and societal skills in relation to other pupils and the school’s personnel. The most typical daily form of this communication is messages sent via the Wilma system.

Other forms of cooperation between the home and the school include

  • parents’ evenings
  • 15-minute sessions with parents
  • student assessment discussions
  • parent committees
  • parents associations
  • school boards
  • open doors
  • celebrations
  • joint trips