How To Help At Home
Here are some links to useful information:
Here you will find ideas to support your child with their learning at home. For example, questions to ask when reading with your child, games to play to support with learning Mathematics and many more ideas.
Information on how to support your child's phonics and reading can be found here.
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Parenting and Family Support
Here are some resources from our Home School link worker/ELSA (Emotional Literacy Support Assistant) that may be of help at home.
Further links found here could prove helpful.
www.solihullapproachparenting.com Free online parenting courses when you use the code ACORN
www.surrey.cc.gov.uk Surrey Family Information service. Free impartial information and signposting.
Family line is a free service open 9am to 9pm answering parenting questions or helping with guidance around more complex issues. Telephone 0808802666 or text 07537404282 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Finding time to look after each other and yourself is so important and here you will find resources for just that!
www.place2be.org.uk Mental health Charity offering support and advice.
www.annafreud.org Works in collaboration with children and families and mental health professionals.
www.mindworks-surrey.org Information and support on children’s emotional wellbeing
www.youngminds.org.uk Information and advice for parents
More information can be found on our school page here.
Cost of Living
Something affecting many of us currently is the cost of living increases all around us. Check this section for ways which may help you.
www.gov.uk/guidance/cost-of-living-payment Guidance on getting an extra payment to help with the cost of living if you are entitled to certain benefits or tax credits.
Keeping your child safe is our absolute priority at school. Here you will find resources to help when out and about too.
The Think You Know online safety website provides excellent information and activities for adults and children to do together at home.
Sun safety. It is important that in the sunnier summer months we are conscious of the effects of the sun. We provide shaded areas and require children to wear a sun hat and drink plenty of water on warmer, sunny days.