Please click on the link below for the school homework timetable:-
HELPING AT HOME
HOW PARENTS CAN HELP
Please note that appropriate clothing i.e. shorts/tracksuit bottoms and T-shirt must be worn for PE.
Please support your child by ensuring they have the correct P.E. kit for every P.E. lesson.
(See school uniform list for correct P.E. kit.)
The school does not accept responsibility for personal belongings of any sort that are bought into the school. Therefore please name all clothing, PE kits, coats, hats and gloves. Children should wear school uniform at all times.
- Read with your child everyday and help with looking after their book bag and reading book.
- Support children with homework and looking after their homework.
- Discuss behaviour expectations with your child and encourage them to behave at all times.
- Engage in activities which will help support the child’s learning in all the curriculum areas.
- Visit the local library regularly
It is very important that your child reads regularly with you in order to become a confident reader. It is essential that children change their book regularly . Children should read for at least twenty minutes every day at home. Children in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1 should read/share a book every day. Older children should read aloud to an adult at home regularly, as well as reading to themselves every day.
Every child in the school is provided with a reading record. This is a booklet for parents to keep a record of when they read with their child. Please complete this record every time you read with your child and return it to school in the book bag along with the reading book.
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