If you are a parent or carer, please refer to the Learning Overviews (in the Key Information tab) to find specific information about how you can help your child at home with topics being studied this term.
Also, our learning environment FROG has lots of helpful links, games and information to support your child's learning. Please click the link on the home page (your child will need to know their username and password).
MyMaths will mirror many of the maths lessons pupils study in class and provides a useful source of exemplar questions and self learning material for pupils. They will need their password and username.
Additionally, feel free to explore the website links below for help.
Below are some recommended reading lists for each year groups. Feel free to use the lists to help may decisions on what books to explore with you child. Children should be reading for at least 15 minutes each day and making a note of their reading in their school reading log.
Homework club runs on Thursdays after school from 3.30 - 5pm and are delivered by our teaching assistants. Pupils receive some guided help with their homework, have access to computers and have a quiet space in which to work. If you feel that your child would benefit from attending homework club, please contact your class teacher. Places are given on a needs basis.
How can I help my child at home?
We have put together some helpful tips and advice to help you in assisting your child with their learning at home. We have included guidance on reading, spelling, organisation and friendships. Many parents often ask for tips or advice on working with their child at home and we hope that you will find the enclosed ideas beneficial. We appreciate that some parents will already be confident in these areas but we hope that our suggestions will support what you are doing at home and provide useful information and strategies.