Parental Awareness Programme

Empowering Parents for Result Oriented Education

"We believe that education is a collaborative effort and Universal Baccalaureate Schools fully cooperate with parents to support our students learning and growth. Our Parental Awareness and Letter to Parents Programmes offer unique insights and resources for parents."

"Parenting with awareness means seeing the world through your child's eyes and helping them navigate it with empathy and understanding." 

                                                     - Unknown 

Universal Baccalaureate understands the importance of parental involvement in a child's education, and that is why we have developed the Parental Awareness Programme. This program is designed to provide parents with an organized knowledge system that helps them understand their child's behavior and shape their own behavior accordingly.

We recognize that parents invest a significant amount of their hard-earned income in the form of school fees, and it is our commitment to ensure that our schools deliver the best possible results for their investment. By engaging parents through the Parental Awareness Program, we ensure that our schools become the most responsible educators.

Through the Parental Awareness Programme, parents gain a better understanding of their child's learning style, strengths, and weaknesses. They also learn how to support their child's learning at home, which can have a significant impact on their academic performance. In addition, parents learn how to communicate effectively with their child's teachers and become active participants in their child's education.

UBacc schools believe that parental involvement is essential to creating a supportive and nurturing learning environment that fosters student success. By empowering parents with the tools and resources they need to support their child's education, our schools can deliver better results and become the most responsible educators.

Responcible Education Approch

“Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first.” 

–Matthew Jacobson

Empowering Parents

Parental Awareness Programme provides parents with the necessary knowledge and resources to effectively participate in their child's learning journey.

Building Positive Relationships

Establishes open communication with parents to build strong relationships and create a supportive community around our students.

Understanding Learning Styles

Provides parents with a deeper understanding of their child's unique learning style to help them better support their academic progress.

Cooperation with Parents

"When schools and parents collaborate, students thrive and futures are shaped." 

- Joyce Epstein 

Shared Interests

Universal Baccalaureate Schools encourage parents to explore their child's interests and hobbies, providing opportunities for them to indulge in their passions together.

Emotional Support

Provide parents with valuable information that helps them understand and support their child's emotional wellbeing. We believe that emotional support is vital for a child's success.


Encourage open communication between parents and children, which improves their relationships and supports a shared commitment to learning and growth.

"Being a mindful parent means being present, listening with curiosity, and responding with awareness." 

- Jon Kabat-Zinn 

Open Communication Channels

Establish transparent and open lines of communication between the school and parents that help parents stay informed about school activities, curriculum updates, and their child's progress. 

Parent-Teacher Conferences

Organize regular parent-teacher conferences to discuss a child's academic progress, strengths, areas for improvement, and goals. This provides an opportunity for parents to actively engage in their child's learning journey. 

Workshops and Seminars

Conduct workshops, seminars, and informational sessions for parents on various educational topics, teaching methodologies, and ways to support their child's learning at home. 

"When schools and parents join forces, the impact on a child's learning experience is truly transformative."

 - Unknown 

Involvement in School Activities

Encourage parents to actively participate in school events, extracurricular activities, and projects. This involvement can foster a sense of community and a deeper connection to the school. 

Homework and Study Support

Provide parents with guidance on how to assist their children with homework and studying. Sharing resources and strategies can help parents support their child's learning effectively. 

Digital Platforms

Utilize online platforms or portals where parents can access information about their child's assignments, grades, and overall progress.