Family Learning

YEAR 1 MATHS FAMILY LEARNING SESSION

Thank you to all the Year 1 parents that attended the Maths family learning session on 27th February 2018. The children enjoyed having their parents in school, working alongside them.

Parents felt that they would be able to use some of the ideas and games at home to further support their child’s Maths.  Below are some comments received from parents.

“This has helped a great deal knowing how to teach my child at home”

“It’s nice to see how the children learn”

“I plan on using all the ideas, they are brilliant”

 

 

YEAR 3/4 FAMILY LEARNING SESSIONS

Thank you to the parents who supported these events.  The children enjoyed working alongside their parents, practising their times tables through fun games.

We focused on multiplying a 2-digit number by a 1-digit number and parents found it useful to see methods being taught in class as well as learning the correct mathematical language.All the parents expressed an interest in attending further sessions.

 

 

YEAR 2 FAMILY LEARNING

Thank you to the parents who were able to attend the Year 2 family learning session.  Although most parents already felt quite confident doing Maths at home with their child, they enjoyed the session and went away with more activities and ideas to try out.  The children like having their parents in school and were able to show off the Maths skills they have been practising in class. “Knowing what they are learning at the moment and being able to support at home is a big help.” 

YEAR R FAMILY LEARNING

The Family Learning Maths session for Year R parents and their children took place on 16th January 2018. The children really enjoyed learning and practising key Maths skills alongside their parents. All of the parents found the session useful and many said it had improved their confidence to help their child with Maths at home.

“Thank you, we have both enjoyed this afternoon.  I will be practising lots more adding and taking away games.”

“I love coming to find out more games and ideas of ways numbers can be fun.”

 

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