Parents and carers are encouraged to become involved in their child’s schooling in a variety of ways.  Spending time talking to your child about their day, what they can see on their way home from school, about the shows they are watching on TV and playing games with them is a great way to build your child’s confidence, their speaking and listening skills and to support them in becoming strong writers, readers and mathematicians.

Parents and carers are encouraged to read with their children everyday, you can hear them read or you can read to your child.  It is important to talk to your child about what they can see in the pictures, what the characters are doing and what might happen next.

Each child in KS1 and KS2 has a reading record book that parents and carers need to complete each time they hear their child read.  This helps us to keep track of their reading and gives the children a sense of achievement and also value to their reading skills

Home learning is set to consolidate and extend your child’s learning. Activities related to the learning in class are sent home every week.  The tasks set are usually literacy, maths or topic based.  They may be practical activities for you to work with your child together to complete, or written tasks.


Early Years Unit


Yew Class (Y1)


Alder Class (Y1/2)


Linden Class (Y2)


Aspen Class (Y3)


Willow Class (Y3/4)


Maple Class (Y4/5)


Poplar Class (Y5)


Oak Class (Y6)


Redwood Class (Y6)