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As part of our commitment to working with parents and carers and maintaining our strong partnership we have set up this page to give you help and advice with supporting your childs learning at home.


In addition to the homework they may receive each week, finding time to read with your child regularly is esstential and will make a huge difference to their progress in literacy.

The approach you take in reading with your child will vary depending on your child's ability. This may include reading poems and stories to your child, sharing a picture book and discussing the content, asking questions about what your child has read and so on.

Here are some leaflets with more information (just click on the link)


Reading with your child                                                Power of Reading






Here are some leaflets with more information (just click on the link)

***Make your child a maths star***

Progression Strategies 

Help at Home 


We believe that a warm welcome, a positive approach and easy access to information are key to securing effective home/school communication. There are a number of ways for information to be shared between home and school, including:

  • Weekly newsletter

  • Text messaging service

  • Class assemblies/church services

  • 2 Parents evenings

  • On-track reports

  • Teachers at the door at the end of each day to communicate informally

  • Headteacher on the playground most mornings and afternoons

  • The school uses Ofsted's ParentView to gather feedback about the school

  • Friendly, helpful staff in the office who can help direct you to any information you need

  • This website

The link below will tell you how you can access your childs medical records.  

Bowley Reading Festival October 2018