The Role of Parents in a child's learning
Research shows that parental involvement in children's learning is a key factor in improving children's academic attainment and achievements, as well as their overall behaviour and attendance.
Parents are the biggest influence on their child's development during the earliest years. Good quality home learning contributes more to children's intellectual and social development than parental occupation, education or income.
Ways to support your child
Support and attend school events
Take a interest in their work
Keep in contact with their class teacher
Hear them read regularly
Encourage them to complete their homework
Reinforce the high expectations for work, good behaviour and enjoyment.
If you have any safeguarding concerns, about a child at our school, please contact the Head teacher or one of the Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) via the school office on 0115 9150298 or email@example.com. You can also see additional information on the 'Keeping Children Safe' page of our website.