Helping your child to learn at home: Learning aids
By supporting your child's learning and development at home, you can have a real impact on how well they succeed at school and beyond. On this page you’ll find two of support kits for parents and carers, to help you get involved with your child’s education at home.
‘Getting into homework’ – folder pack for parents of children aged 8 to 13
This folder offers a range of top tips and advice on how to help children with their homework. To help you keep up to date with what your child is learning, there is also information on the National Curriculum and key stages.
The folder pack is designed to be a complete guide to helping your child’s learning at home.
It can sometimes seem more difficult to get involved with a teenager’s learning. This booklet is designed to make it easier. It provides:
coaching tips and advice to help them get the most out of school or college
suggestions for ‘conversation starters’
advice on how to gain the confidence to get involved, and information on where you can find out more
Taking an active interest in your teenager’s work is just as important as doing so when they are younger. Parents and carers who work as a team with their teenager can help them stay positive and on track to make the most of their future.
Your homework can have a real impact on how well you succeed at school and beyond. Find the timetable for your year group in the side bar.