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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Admission to primary schools

Admission to primary schools

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Worksheet Finder

Colouring pictures

Adverbs

Adjectives for year 3

Address book

Addition and subtraction of fractions

Addition using a number line

Adding suffixes

Adding and subtracting money

Creating a database

Adding fractions with the same denominator

Adding fractions with a common denominator

Adding decimals

Adapting a battery operated toy

Adaptations to a temperate forest biome

Activity Books

Phonic actions for z,w,ng,v and oo

Phonic actions for qu etc

Phonic actions for g,o,u,l,f and b

Phonic actions for ck,e,h,r,m,d

Phonic actions for ai,j,oa,ie,ee,and or

Phonic actions for s,a,t,i,p and n

Action rhymes for 4 year olds

Absorbtion experiment

able words 2

A revision science quiz for key stage 2

A revision science paper for key stage 2

A puzzle for all the family

A progression in teaching Fractions

A longer writing task KS2 with guidelines

A list of similies

Key stage 2 English skills

A dictionary of mathematics

Foundation stage profile

Sounds like ay and igh Year 2

SATS at 7

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