Budapest School is family-centered. What does that mean in practice? Children have the greatest sense of security and show the most effective development when the two communities where they spend their days work in a similar fashion. That is why we consider it very important to involve parents in kindergarten life.
Every day, we give feedback on what happened during the day. We listen if something has happened to the children at home that can affect their mood or behavior.
Every three months, the mentor and the parents sit down to discuss what goals to set for the children – what the children want, what the parents want, and what the teachers want.
Every eight weeks, the parent groups have the opportunity to discuss important issues and plans for the whole group on how to move forward.