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In light of recent tragedies, many parents have asked for advice about dealing with questions from their children at home. Here are some links for parents and carers to help talk to their child.

After the event - supporting children after a frightening event

Responding to children and young people affected by the media coverage of the incident in Manchester - Winston's Wish

 

Below are copies of handouts for specific Briefing Meetings on

- Mathematical Calculation Policy

- Reading

- E-safety

- New Curriculum and Assessment

There are also copies of handouts created by the NAHT and Family Action which focus on more general information parents would find useful. eg: preparing your child for school, promoting well-being of your child, etc

Hard copies of all of these handouts can be obtained on request fromt he school office.

 

New End Calculation Policy

 

This policy shows the progression of calculation methods in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.

Reading at New End
 

This presentation offers advice to parents how to support their child at home with reading.

E-Safety for Parents
 

This presentation looks at how we teach E-Safety in school.

New Primary National Curriculum
Understanding Assessment
Approx Old to New NC conversion
 

These presentations look at the changes to the curriculum from September 2014 as well as changes to assessment procedures.

   
  NAHT and Family Action Leaflet for Parents
Preparing for school or a change of school
Promoting independence and responsibility
Promoting your childs wellbeing
Self worth
Praise and reward
Online safety
Giving your children a helping hand

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