Helping your child at home

There is a great deal of research evidence suggesting that pupil performance can be improved if parents are aware of how they can support their child's learning at home.  Most of you are very willing to help, time permitting, and of course you want the best for your child, but it is not always easy for you to know how best to do this. The year group blogs on this website are useful in sharing what your child is doing in school and how you can help to support them in the main curriculum areas during the year.

There are some links below to also help you support your child.

SEND Support

Supporting a child with  ADHD

Supporting a child with Dyscalculia

Supporting a child with Dysgraphia 

Supporting a child with Dyslexia 

Supporting a child with Dyspraxia

Supporting a child with Emotionally Based School Avoidance

Supporting a child with Epilepsy

Supporting a child with Sensory or Auditory Processing Disorder 

Supporting a child with Spinal Bifida


Maths Support

Miss Higginbottom our Maths Leader has produced some useful documents to support parents in working with Maths at home. Please click on the link below for the different documents:

Times Tables Rockstars

The school uses Times Tables Rock Stars to help the children learn their multiplication tables.

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Please find below a PDF for you to download with other maths support ideas.

Times tables Resources list PDF


Taking the time to support your child’s reading skills is vitally important. Click below to download a PDF from Springboard Literacy with ideas on how you can support your child.

Parents little guide PDF


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