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The Oxfordshire study
Fifteen groups observed
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15 groups activities adults present alongside the children asked assumptions behaviour chapter child development child’s development children’s experience chores clear committee day-to-day sessions different types direction effects encouraged examples expected feel formal fund-raising groups where parents headteachers helpers important inﬂuence interest interviews involving parents Jerome Bruner less ment mothers non-staff adults Number of groups nursery classes observed open access organization Oxfordshire parent and child parent-teacher association parental involvement parents and children parents and staff parents helping parents learning parents staying parents were involved participation partnership play Plowden Plowden Report practical help Pre-school Playgroups preschool group preschool provision problems professional boundaries programme questions relationship Robbins Report role rota servicing shared experience six groups social class staff and parents stayed to help staying to settle talk to staff teachers teaching they’re things tion types of group types of involvement wanted welcoming