Parental Engagement - “Everyone Enjoying Education”
This vision embraces Parents as Partners in their child’s education.
St George’s believe that in order to support our pupils in reaching their true potential we need to acknowledge the vital role parents have to play. When parents are engaged and involved, everyone benefits - students, parents, families, teachers, schools and communities – and our school is enriched as a positive place to teach, learn and grow.
Pupils at St George’s are supported and inspired to learn in a culture of high expectations in which parents:
- Are welcomed, respected and valued as partners by the school community in their children’s learning and development
- Have a full range of choices and opportunities to enable them to be involved and support student success
- Are engaged through on-going communication and dialogue to support a positive learning environment at home and at school
- Are supported with tools which enable them to participate in school life
Research clearly indicates that good schools become better schools when there is a strong connection with parents as part of the learning community. Parents have a primary influence on their child’s attitudes towards school, their learning, and their future success.
Class Home Learning
During these unprecedented times, classes have been provided with home-learning; they are encouraged to continue with your studies as well as keeping a healthy and balanced lifestyle. Herewith are the resources to support you. Each year group can liaise with the class teacher during school hours and these have been issued on SchoolComms to all parents/guardians.
Don't forget to always check out our Wellbeing pages too, especially as there is are online books to help your children with their understanding of what is Coronavirus and our current lifestyle change: click here
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- NACE Reading List for Able Readers
- Literacy - Books are our friends: Why reading is so important
- Literacy - Little Wandle Phonics – How to Say the Phase 3 Sounds
- Literacy - Little Wandle Phonics – How to Say the Phase 5 Sounds
- Literacy - Little Wandle Phonics – Pronunciation Guide Autumn 1
- Literacy - Little Wandle Phonics – Pronunciation Guide Autumn 2
- Literacy - Little Wandle Phonics – Parent Workshop: Phonics and Early Reading
- Literacy - Useful Resources for Parents – Letters & Sounds
The resources on this page will help you support your child with saying their sounds and writing their letters. There are also some useful videos so you can see how they are taught at school and feel confident about supporting their reading at home.
- White Rose Addition and Subtraction Calculation Policy
- White Rose Multiplication and Division Calculation Policy
- Reading - EYFS: Core books foundation
- Reading - EYFS: Learning to read
- Reading - EYFS: Non-fiction foundation years
- Reading - Key Stage 1: Core book list
- Reading - Key Stage 1: Non-fiction book list
- Reading - Year 1 and 2: Learning to read booklist
- Reading - Year 3/4/5/6: Learning to read
- Reading - Year 3 and 4: Core book list
- Reading - Year 3 and 4: Non-fiction book list
- Reading - Year 5 and 6: Core book list
- Reading - Year 5 and 6: Non-fiction book list