Learning At Home
There are a number of ways in which you can support your child’s progress at school, from understanding our curriculum, helping them with their homework and encouraging them to learn at home.
In addition to the guidance on this page, this section includes a variety of information and resources for supporting your child’s learning through their foundation years, KS1 years and their KS2 years.
If you have any further questions about how you can support your child’s learning at home, please ask their class teacher.
National curriculum testing information
The Standards and Testing Agency have produced an information booklet to explain how the new national tests will help to assess your child and to give you information about how this will be used. Download the national curriculum tests information booklet.
Twinkl is a website that provides a wide range of resources for children of all ages that parents can use at home to support the learning that takes place at school. There are resources, worksheets, ideas for crafts and holiday activities that can be used for all ages from early years through to the secondary age ranges.
In addition, the website contains information relating to special educational needs, behaviour support and many other issues that parents face on a day to day basis. All of the resources on the website are written and created by a team of teachers and educationalists. Visit the site at www.twinkl.co.uk/resources/parents