Supporting Your Childs Learning
One of our key development areas for the year is to improve spelling across the school. Here are a list of words that your child should be able to spell from the National Curriculum. You will also find some exciting ways to support your child and help them learn their spellings each week. If you would like any more ideas please speak to your class teacher. Thank you, Miss Seviour and Miss Harris Literacy coordinators
At Rodbourne Cheney Primary, we really appreciate the support and time that parents give to help their children thrive within our school. Helping your child with their learning can be a daunting experience, so we have provided some information and resources in order to help you.
Supporting with phonics
What is Phonics?
In order to give children the best chance possible to become fluent readers within their time at school, children are taught to use synthetic phonics as a way of working out what unknown words are. Your child will be encouraged to learn letter sounds as well as the sounds of groups of letters, in order to use and apply them to read different words.
How can I help?
We are really grateful to the parents who spend time supporting the education of their child at home, and reading is one of the key areas where parents can help. The earlier children are exposed to books, the better they will perform with their reading, as well as with their use of their imagination and ability to be creative. We have provided links to the following websites which can provide activities and advice about how to use phonics at home.
BBC words and pictures provides a range of games and activities to do with your child.
This website provides support, advice and activities for children who need help with their reading.
Key Stage 1 & 2 Tests
The video below gives you information about Key Stage 1 testing
The video below gives you information about Key Stage 2 testing
These are great websites to find safe places for your child to have fun and learn at the same time.
This game is great for learning about co-ordinates!