Parents often ask us how we can support their child's learning at home. We do this is many ways, from a quick chat at drop-off or pick-up times, to more formal termly parent meetings, and information that we share.
Look out on Tapestry for your fortnightly challenge. You will find suggestions of how you can support your child's learning at home.
Book of the month.
Each month, we introduce a new title that parents may wish to read at home. Throughout that month, we will be reading this story to the children.
Each term, we learn songs that are relevant to that terms curriculum. We produce a song sheet for each class. Parents are welcome to download these or ask for a paper copy.
Here are some websites that you might find useful
Tiny Happy People is to help you develop your child's communication skills. Explore simple activities and play ideas and find out about their amazing early development.
The first step in phonics is to be able to listen carefully and distinguish different sounds. There are some games on the Letters and Sounds websitethat you could play with your child to help them become confident at listening carefully to sounds.
CBeebies has lots of games that are perfect for young children
The Imagination Tree has a lovely guide for ideas for nature play. Have a look for some inspiration.
Numberblocks has some great games for developing number skills at home