Family Focus Consultancy

Family Focus Consultancy (FFC), established in 2015 to meet the needs of Teachers, Schools and Parents on Parental Engagement in Schools.

Teachers are able to access professional learning that is NESA Accredited 

School Administration staff are able to help strengthen their skills in interacting with parents though professional learning materials.

FFC can also arrange to work with your Parents and wider school communities to ensure meaningful and authentic interactions and engagement with your School.

We offer a Pro Bono service for Parents to support them individually to engage and interact with teachers, schools and the wider Department of Education , building a scaffold to respectful, meaningful and productive relationships which allows for the best outcomes for children.

FFC will provide you with support that aligns with both Australian Professional Standards for Teachers and the Federal Governments pillars of education

Family Focus Consultancy aims to ensure meaningful and successful relationships between Schools, Teachers, and Parents that put the child at the centre of all outcomes.

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New Service - School Development Days

Family Focus Consultancy is able to offer whole school workshops for either half day or a full day that can be done at any time of year as an alternative to end of year SDD's.  Read more here - School Development Days...  read more

Personal submission to inquiry strikes a cord

Having a child with a disability go through the education system makes you aware how important good parental engagement is from all perspectives, the schools, the teachers, the childs and the parents. Which is why whenever you get a chance to make it better, at your school level, at your local, stat...  read more

Find us via EdEVENTS app

One of the things that we struggle with at FFC is getting our message out to teachers that we exist and travel across NSW and beyond with NESA ACCREDITED PL in parental engagement, one of the hardest to demonstrate for teachers at maintenance level, and often the last on the list, it is the seventh ...  read more

Sport as a partnership between schools and parents

Yesterday my boy (and I) were interviewed about his school sport. It wouldn't ever have happened without the fantastic relationships between parents and the school- it was instigated by a parent who saw we were losing students to schools that offered it as a sport, and backed by the principal who ha...  read more

Endorsed Provider

NSW Education Standards Authority (NESA) Accredited

Completing the Improving Parent Engagement for Enhanced Student Wellbeing workshop will contribute six (6) hours of NESA Registered PD addressing 7.3.2 and 3.7.2 from the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers towards maintaining Proficient Teacher Accreditation in NSW.

7.3.2 Establish and maintain respectful collaborative relationships with parents/ carers regarding their children’s learning and wellbeing.

3.7.2 Plan for appropriate and contextually relevant opportunities for parents/ carers to be involved in their children’s learning.