Strong, open, positive home school partnerships are crucial to help children learn and develop. We see the benefit for our children with support parents provide through a range of Home Learning activities.
To read our Home Learning policy click on Home Learning
As a school we have bought into an online learning platform called Purple Mash. The platform has various tools which enable the children to access all aspects of the Computing National Curriculum. There are also games and books with activities that can be accessed. The children all have an individual Username and Password which families have been supplied with so that children can access this learning at home. To find the our Home Page on Purple Mash please click on the following link:
In Year R and Year 1 a lot of reading practice is designed to help the children decode words. The main way we do this is through phonics (linking sounds to letters). However even in these years reading is not just about decoding and saying words, it is also about developing the children’s comprehension. The importance of developing the children’s understanding and ability to explain and justify their ideas and opinions becomes increasingly more important each year. Therefore we have developed a series of Reading Bookmarks (based on initial documents from Twinkl) to support families with a range of questions that could be asked, or discussions that can be enjoyed, related to the books your child is reading.
The presentation that was shared at our Maths Information evening for parents is available here: Maths Information evening
Also at this evening Mr Clarke shared and explained the school’s Progressions for addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. We would like to thank the generous staff at Whiteley Primary who shared their Progressions which we have adapted for Cornerstone. These can be viewed by clicking on the links below.
Maths Learn Its
These have been developed to support the children’s learning and understanding of key mathematical facts. They are used in school but are also shared with parents to support Home Learning. They can be viewed by clicking on the links below.