Supporting your child's learning

National Curriculum Target Books

This guidance for parents shares and explores the new changes to the Assessment system that have replaced curriculum levels.  You can find out more in Mr Potter's jargon busters and you can download a copy of the new target book here.

Learning Links

In the children's section of our website, you can find a series of learning links, which will take you to games and activities your child can play to help reinforce and consolidate their learning.

This includes a link to the Mathletics website and to activities provided by BBC Bitesize. 

If you would like any other ideas for learning and games and activities, please ask your child's class teacher for ideas.

Supporting your child with maths

Providing support to your child's learning at home can be really valuable in reinforcing what they have learnt at school.  These leaflets provide some useful tips and information for supporting your child's learning in maths.

Supporting learning in maths - Class R

Supporting learning in maths - Class 1

Supporting learning in maths - Class 2

Supporting learning in maths - Class 3

Supporting learning in maths - Class 4

Supporting learning in maths - Class 5

Supporting learning in maths - Class 6

Home learning support and national expectations

Our termly reports show show progression in mastering the subjects for that year group.  We have completed a set of grids which parents can refer to if they wish to, which show the national expectations for children to achieve by the end of year year group.  If you wish to support children with any additional home learning, these would be key areas to focus on.

Home learning support - Year 1

Home learning support - Year 2

Home learning support - Year 3

Home learning support - Year 4

Home learning support - Year 5

Home learning support - Year 6

Supporting phonics

At Home Farm we use a six-phase programme called 'Letters and Sounds' designed to help to teach children to read and spell with phonics.  You can find more information and some practical help in the information leaflet for parents below.  You can also download copies of the phonic recognition cards, decodable words and tricky words that are taught in EYFS and Class 1 and recorded in the children's phonics books:

You can also find useful guidance on the Oxford Owl website.

Your Daughter's Future

Parents of our older girls might be interested in this resource, which provides help for parents on supporting their daughter's education and career choices.  Some of the content is focused on older girls, but there is some useful material on confidence, resilience and self-esteem issues.

Supporting reading at home

This leaflet - 'Supporting your child's reading' - provides some useful ideas for parents and carers for supporting reading at home.