Inform Inspire Achieve

We help parents help their children through their primary education

Parents in Touch is an on-line service with three guiding principles:

INFORM

  • We explain how the UK school systems work.
  • We show how various subjects are taught in schools.
  • We provide up-to-date information about relevant education issues.

INSPIRE

  • We encourage parents to play an active role in supporting their children in school.
  • We provide practical help in the form of worksheets to support learning, suggest ideas, aid revision and consolidate learning.
  • We help to inspire parents who are educating their children at home.

ACHIEVE

  • We help parents help their children to achieve their full potential during their younger years at school.
  • Through the resources provided we help parents to increase their child's confidence in school work which, in turn, improves their ability to achieve their best.
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Knowledge and understanding of the world

Knowledge and understanding of the world

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Worksheet Finder

Animal sounds used to teach phonics

Songs to sing to reinforce sound phonic work

Internet search engines

Instruments for a branching database

Animals and habitats

Animals-Learn their names

Animal poster in Word

Phonics letters and sounds

Animal pictures to read and colour

Entry to pre-prep schools

Alphabetical order

Alphabet cards

All sorts of words

All about animals

Algebra revision

Insert and print

In our homes now and in the past

Information

Industrial Revolution and the local area

India

Images of an age

Illustrating with Word

Ideas for school grounds

Human logo

How to insert and wrap a picture in Word

How life has changed since 1948

Hello this is me at three

Letters and Sounds programme for Early Years

How children learn at home

How does a torch work?

How do cameras work?

How do computers work?

Letter on bullying - KS3 writing task

High Street traffic survey

Maths GCSE paper 3 - practice questions

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