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How can you help your child?

There are many ways you can support your child to learn in school. The most important thing you can do is to ensure you send them to school, ready to learn. This means ensuring they have had a good night's sleep and a healthy breakfast.

In addition to this, there are certain things you can do to support their learning at home and here at Green Gates, we really do believe that when we work together with Parents as Partners, we can help our children achieve great things. Please see the links below and if you would like anymore ideas, don't hesitate to speak to your child's class teacher.


Click here to download a copy of our booklet - How to help your child with their Reading. This booklet gives you lots of practical strategies and advice.


Click here to download a copy of our booklet - How to help your child with their Maths. This booklet gives you lots of practical strategies and advice.

Here are some useful website links that may be helpful for you too:

Help Your Monster to Read

Oxford Owl - Free E Books

Spelling Games - BBC Bitesize

Spelling Games - Spelling City

Maths is Fun

Early Number Games - CBeebies

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