Supporting Your Child's Learning - The Power of Practice

All the research shows that when school and parents work together, children are more successful in their learning.  There are a number of things that you can do that will really help your child:
  • Come to Parents' Evenings
  • Talk with your child about what they have been learning in school - an overview of each year group's curriculum offer can be found on the class pages section of the website
  • Set aside short amounts of time, with your child, where they can complete any home learning tasks and practice skills and knowledge they have been taught at school
  • Find out more about learning by attending the workshops for parents 

Supporting Maths at Home
Please go to the 'About Us' tab and click on 'Curriculum'. This will take you to the 'Mathematical Understanding' section where you will find information on maths at St Peter's and lots of maths websites and resources to help you support your child at home. You can also find specific details about home learning in maths on the class pages of the website. 

Supporting English at Home
Please go to the 'About Us' tab and click on 'Curriculum'. This will take you to the 'Understanding English, Communication and Language' section where you will find information on reading and writing at St Peter's and lots of websites and resources to help you support your child at home. You can also find specific details about home learning in reading and spelling on the class pages of the website.