Support Material for Parents
Whether you are just interested in what your child is doing at school or want to specifically support them, all the information you need is here on the website.
On our Maths page (click here) we have the entire White Rose Curriculum that the school follow so that you can keep up-to-date with exactly what your child will be learning and support them if you wish. If you would like to work with your child on an area of Maths they struggle with then additional questions for each year group can be found here and termly Maths Challenges can be found here.
In English, our text-based curriculum is displayed here and gives details of the books children will be studying and the content for each year group. A Grammar Guide for Parents is available at the bottom of this page, as are Key Questions you can Ask your Child when they read to you. If you would like to help your child with a particular area of English they might be having difficulty with then additional English questions can be found here.
For other subjects, the curriculum for each term is shown on the relevant pages following the link here.
Each term, we email parents an overview of what will be studied in every year group. Further information about home learning can be also found here
Click here to view Reading Guide: '100 Books Every Child Should Read Before They Are 11!'
Making the most of parents evenings (Click here)
Schools can have a tendency to use 'education jargon' that can often leave parents and carers confused. Our staff look to explain educational terms and abbreviations where possible - please don't hesitate to ask us if ever there's a time when you are unsure of a term or phrase used. To assist with breaking down barriers, we have produced a glossary of education terms for you. Please click here to access the document.
Your Child and the Internet:
Are you worried about your child and the Internet? Here's some advice from Parent Link. It will only take couple of minutes to watch. Click here to view
Click here to read our 'Parents Guide to Social Networking'
Click here to read DfE 'Advice to Parents on CyberBullying'