Parent Involvement

MIS believes in the strong partnership with parents in improving the school and supporting it on its journey of education and development. Parents’ feedback and communication are vital to ensure the school is meeting its vision and mission and proposed educational outcomes. According to recent research, it is proven that children whose parents are actively involved in school and their school work are more likely to be successful.

Some forms of Parental Involvement in MIS:

Parent Council Association: A group of parents who serve as the voice of parents and are responsible for supporting the school in its journey of improvement by transparently providing the input of all stakeholders.

Parents Morning Coffee: Parents are invited to have coffee with the principal and the SLT and to chat about various aspects and to share ideas and thoughts on school.

Parents Open Morning: This is a day for parents to come into school and observe classes in KGs and G1 and G2 and see what a regular day in school looks like.

Parent Orientations: MIS conduct many orientation sessions and inductions to keep the parents up to date with the latest changes or advancements in school. It also keeps parents informed of any new regulations or plans. The school also shares with parents the student results and next steps transparently. Other orientations may include bullying, and how to deal with teenagers and studying habits.

Parents Workshops: Training is provided on using the school portal, or any other content that may support the parents in their role with their children.

Parent Suggestions and Input: MIS has a devoted email for parents to send their opinions, concerns or improvement suggestions via They are also very welcomed to walk into school and discuss improvement ideas with the SLT team or via meetings with the PAC.

Parent Surveys: Whenever any change is to be considered or any new ideas, MIS seeks the involvement of parents to be part of the decision making process. In addition, the quality of education surveys, wellbeing and other surveys are sent regularly or termly.

Parent-Teacher Meetings: These meetings usually happen following an assessment point and allow parents to discuss the progress and attainment of their children, hear ideas and share targets for the term ahead.

Parent Governors: Are a number of parents on the BOT who raise parents voices on a strategic level to support the improvement of the school.

School Event: Parents are invited to be part of the setup and planning of school events and activities at all times.