My son's primary school uses cheap and easy-to-make videos to help parents become part of the 'team' that delivers education.

The videos have one simple aim - to show the parent exactly how the school teaches their child.

We all know that teaching methods have changed 'since we went to school' (even if that's just an excuse because we've forgotten how to do long division). These simple videos aim to bring parents back up to speed. 

It's effective, and the films can have a valuable impact: outcomes for children where parents are engaged in their learning are significantly higher.

Cheap video+well targeted = Great results.