Helping students at home

Developing a routine and having a set place and time to do homework can help children of any age reinforce work done in class and consolidate learning methods.

Even if there is no homework set, consider reading with your child to help with language development and to expand their vocabulary.

Some reading strategies could include:

  • listening to your child read regularly, even if only for a short time
  • talking about books and discussing the meaning of stories and words
  • joining your local library for a wider book selection, learning activities and events.

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