I am a parent and have attended many after-school subject workshops, where teachers brief parents on the school curriculum and what questions may appear in exams.
Such sessions are usually held on weekday evenings from 7pm to 8pm.
I understand that it is necessary for schools to conduct the workshops. But the sessions will require teachers to stay late and parents to make their way from office to school during peak hours, for an hour-long session.
I suggest that schools look into technology that is widely available to do webinars.
This can help to reduce unnecessary travelling, lowering our carbon footprint, and affords greater convenience, where parents can view the recorded sessions at a time that suits them, if they are unable to catch the live version.
Steven Chiu Mun Yeong