Ten Top Tips for parents

To make your child’s work experience a success:

  • Tell the school if your child has any medical condition that could affect the placement
  • Sign and return paperwork promptly
  • Attend any parents evenings about the work experience programme
  • Talk to the school about any concerns you may have
  • It takes time for young people to settle into their placement
  • Encourage your child to be positive even if the placement is not quite as expected
  • Speak to the school about any problems during the placement not to the employer
  • Ring the school and the employer as early as possible if your child is unable to go to work
  • Discuss the placement, and encourage your child to complete the data book
  • Your child may get very tired working as an adult for the first time and will need your support
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