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Parent-teacher cooperation

It is important that the school and parents cooperate on children’s learning. Dialogue between parents and the school is therefore closer in Norway than in other countries. Usually, the parents and teachers of a class get together twice a year, and this is called a parent-teacher meeting. In addition, the contact teacher/school invites each pupil’s parents to an interview twice a year, this is called a parent interview. At parent interviews, the teacher informs the parents about their child’s progress at school, and the parents are asked about their view of the child’s development.

The school expects parents to attend these interviews at school. Parents receive notice in advance. If you need an interpreter, please contact the school.

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