- Year 1 98.2%
- Year 2 95%
- Year 3 98.2%
- Year 4 97.3%
- Year 5 98.2%
- Year 6 96.5%
- Class 7 94.5%
Supporting your child at home will make a big difference to their progress and well-being in school. Here are a few ways that you can support:
1. Read and respond to the letters that we put in their bags, I know some days it feels like there's lots to take in but it's really helpful in order to keep track of what is happening in school.
2. Read with your child every day, it doesn't need to be a school reading book...... a bedtime story to share is an excellent way to finish the day.
3. Spend a few minutes each day talking with your child about what they have done at school. Praise the things they are proud of and help them to solve any problems that are worrying them.
4. Help them to learn any spellings, timestables or sounds that they might bring home, just ten minutes a day can make all the difference.
KS1 have a daily phonics session that is also supported by extra games and practice during the week.
Picnic on Pluto- this game is good for familiarising your child with decoding and reading real and alien words. There are lots of other phonics games on the above website that you might want to have a go at.
A sorting game aimed at helping p, b, d confusion.
Forest phonics- listen to the word and choose the correct digraph to spell the word.
Listen to the word and click on the correct spelling.
Deep sea divers- children listen to the word and choose the correct digraph.
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Once you have registered for an account you will have access to a large selection of free e-books.
Further to our daily maths lessons, we consolidate our learning and basic skills three times a week.
The above websites have a large selection of games which cover all areas of maths, I often use these activities to aid my teaching