Important Information : Industrial Action 19-21 October
Due to planned industrial action our academy will only be open to certain Year Groups each day. Please see the daily plan here:

Supporting your child's learning at home

Parents’ interest and involvement in their children’s learning is consistently associated with positive outcomes for children of all age groups

The evidence suggests that three areas are particularly worth focusing on:

  1. Supporting parents to have high academic expectations for their children;
  2. Developing and maintaining communication with parents about school activities and schoolwork; and
  3. Promoting the development of reading habits.

This section of our website will provide resources on how to support your child at home with their learning and reading. Should you wish to discuss how you can support your child’s learning further please do not hesitate to contact Mr Fletcher, Deputy Headteacher:

Using a knowledge organiser

Typically, knowledge organisers span much more information than can be quizzed on sensibly at any one time. Find out more with the PDF information sheet below:

Supporting reading at home

Shared reading is a great way to develop children’s language and communication and to boost their reading skills. Regular reading routines can offer lots of opportunities for learning during school closures. Find out more with the PDF information sheet below:

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