Helping your child

Want information about helping your child with Phonics? - CLICK HERE

Want information on the expected level of writing for your child? - CLICK HERE

Want information on how to help your child with reading? CLICK HERE

KEY STAGE 1 - parent support for what to expect and how to help your child. CLICK HERE

Access your child's current curriculum summary here:

Home-School Agreement

We value the support of Parent/Carers and recognise the importance of collaboration in a child's learning and development. It is also important that a child takes some responsibility for their learning and behaviour.

When children join our school, we ask Parents/Carers and pupils to read and sign an agreement between home and school. This clarifies expectations for all concerned.

Partnership is key to a child's happy and productive development at school and we look forward to working with our new Parent/Carers.


Please click on the links at the foot of this page to see how to help your child at home.

NB - Maths 'Stages' and 'rf' documents show the required methods and areas of study for Mathematics for primary aged pupils. Please contact Mrs Gaya via the school office for further advice or support.


We have been asked by parents to list the apps which are used in classes on our iPads. Our main apps used to support learning are:

-Explain Everything


-Google Earth


-Sketch Nation

-abc pocketphonics

-Book Creator


DBS (CRB) checks for school volunteers

The Criminal Records Bureau (CRB) and the Independent Safeguarding Authority (ISA) have merged into the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS). This is why you may now hear CRB checks being called DBS checks. Schools may ask volunteers to be vetted in this way to ensure the safety of the pupils in their care.

Parents wishing to find out more can visit or download the documents below (titled DBS....)


addition_rf (2).doc
Reading Questions[1].pdf
DBS Disclosure Application Form.doc
Parents Guide - understanding progress in english[1].pdf
Parents Guide - understanding progress in maths.pdf