Family Learning

Children whose parents/carers take an interest in their child’s education and supports their learning do better at school and in later life. Family learning develops positive behaviour for learning; it also provide parents/carers with the opportunity to develop their own skills.

Sovina reports:

I found the Blackout  very informative. It was a great way to teach my son about the black contributions to the world. There was a lot in there I didn't know myself. We will be doing the learning exercises at the back of the book and playing Literacy Rich Academy during the Christmas break.