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How will you help me to support my child's learning?
- Teachers suggest ways of supporting all children’s learning through termly newsletters and on the website. The class teacher may suggest additional ways of supporting your child’s learning through a note in the reading contact book, at parents’evenings or by arranging a meeting with you.
- As part of ‘Assertive Mentoring’ children meet once each half term with their class teacher for a 1:1 mentoring meeting where they discuss their work in school and what school and home can do to support their learning. The notes from these meeting are sent home every half term in the form of a ‘Pupil Profile’. This details children’s attainment, their targets and their attitude towards learning.
- Mrs Myland (SENCo) may meet with you to discuss how to support your child. This would normally follow on from a child’s initial Support Plan meeting.
- Mrs Robb (School Welfare Officer) or Miss Jeffrey (Family Support Worker) may meet with you discuss strategies to use if there are problems with a child’s behaviour/emotional needs.
- Any Support Plan devised by an outside agency will make recommendations for parents to assist in the learning of their child at home.
- Parent/carers are encouraged to attend a range of courses and coffee mornings with different learning themes that are arranged throughout the year.