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KS1 Mental Maths workshop

- Thursday 5th October 2017

 

Thank you to all the parents who came to our workshop today for           Key Stage 1 Mental Maths. We hope you found it useful hearing about the KS1 curriculum requirements and feel as though you can support your children with this at home. We hope you enjoyed some of the different games and songs that we use in school to help teach the mental maths objectives. We look forward to hearing from the children how often they have been singing these songs at home too! Please find attached the presentation slides used in the session, outlining what your child needs to know, examples of how we teach Mental Maths and some handy resources for you to use at home to support your child’s learning! As we mentioned in the workshop please do not hesitate to speak to your child's class teacher should you need some further ideas on how to practice these skills with your children at home.

Year 1 Phonics Workshop & Test

- Thursday 12th October 2017

 

Thank you very much to the parents who attended the Year 1 phonics workshop today. We hope you found it beneficial to hear more about how we teach the children to read and write at school. It was wonderful to share with you how the phonics screening check works and what we do each day in school to prepare your child and develop their reading and writing skills. The children really enjoyed playing phonics games with you and showing of their independent skills. Below are the presentation slides that were used in the session outlining: the format of the assessment, phonics phases and useful resources to support your child at home. Please also make use of the handy hint parent guide to answer any questions you may have. As always, if you have any further questions please don't hesitate to speak to your child's class teacher.

KS1 Reading Comprehension

- Thursday 16th November

 

Thank you to all the parents who came to our workshop today for             Key Stage 1 Reading Comprehension. We hope it was useful to share the KS1 curriculum requirements with you. Please find attached the presentation slides used in the session, outlining what the KS1 expected standard in reading looks like, as well as some questions and strategies you can use at home to develop your child's reading further.

Caring Learning Achieving
Mansel Park Primary School, Culver Close, Southampton, Hampshire, SO16 9HZ, 02380 776162
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