CHAPTER SIX – RELATIONSHIP WITH PARENTS/GUARDIANS
46. Right to information:
Teachers should provide parents/guardians with all relevant information about activities, progress and problems concerning their children/wards as and when required.
47. Regular communication:
Teachers should communicate regularly with parents/guardians regarding the affairs of their children or wards. They should respect the confidence of both parents, children/wards who may bring personal matters to their notice.
48. Respect for parents/guardians:
Teachers should show courtesy and respect to parents/guardians and offer maximum co- operation in dealing with issues concerning their children or wards.
Teachers should resist taking gifts, favours, and hospitality from parents and guardians, which are likely to influence them to show favours to their children/wards in the performance of their duty.
50. Association with parents/guardians:
Teachers should encourage and actively participate in parent/teachers association ( PTA ), which is likely to impart positively on the learner and general educational programmes.