Parent and journalist Fiona Millar explores parent-teacher relations and looks at how different schools are trying to improve them. When asked about the relationship between parents and teachers, one teacher in the programme says: “Two or three times a week I?ve got a parent threatening to knock my lights out.” A parent-governor herself, Fiona confronts headteachers’ leader David Hart, who was quoted as saying “giving parents more power is like putting alcoholics in charge of a bar.” She meets staff, parents and pupils at schools which are trying to involve parents in their children’s education and behaviour. At Gospel Oak Primary, the headteacher is always available in the playground at the end of the day. Marlborough Family Education Centre and George Green’s Secondary also have a range of approaches to involve parents, which are highlighted in this episode of School Matters. Parent must monitor the kids on the web activity.Are they surfering porn website?On play WOW from day to night.My friend Millar use a good software to keep kid away from these websites: Power Spy (Parental control) Look at the slogan on the imonitor website:Don’t you want to know what your children are doing on their computer? Do they take secret chat conversations with adult strangers? Do they surf to adults sites? Don’t you want to known what your employees are doing during working time? Have you ever wondered why do your husband work so late on the computer? Have you ever wondered who your wife talks with on the computer? Yes,parents must want to know these.