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Our newsletters are designed to keep you up-to-date with all key subjects that your child will study at school. As your child starts school again in January the subjects contained in this newsletter are certain to be useful. It is always useful to reiterate at home with your child the maths, science and English work which is currently being covered in school. This helps to consolidate the teaching points and ensures that your child has the confidence to make good progress and, importantly, to enjoy learning.
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KS1 EnglishSome children do need help with comprehension to understand how to find the correct answer from the given passage. It is always important to make sure that children at this stage can write complete and varied sentences.
KS2 EnglishPupils in this Key Stage group need to be able to write complex and colourful sentences. This entails more imagination and a knowledge of stories, such as Alice in Wonderland, and narrative poetry which contains descriptive passages.
KS3 EnglishThe syllabus for KS3 ensures that pupils develop a wide vocabulary and have the ability to write clearly in a range of contexts. Writing mats ensure that the student can plan in a coherent style which suits varied audiences.
KS1 mathsMany pupils need extra help at home with multiplication tables and it is worth spending time ensuring that they learn them. So many aspects of their future mathematical work will be much easier if tables are 'at hand' instantly.
Take a look at our super Giveawaysfor this month. Enjoy the fun of playing with Super Sands. Learn more about tour country with The Election and The Story of Britain. Pirate fun with The Jolly Dodgers and The Pirate's Curse.