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We have had several requests from families for us to run more workshops to support families at home. We have secured the following sessions for you:
Friday 3 February 9.00 - 11.15
Dealing with Disobedience (For parents with children aged 2-10 years)
This discussion topic provides examples of common forms of disobedience and some reasons why children may have difficulty learning to follow instructions. A number of positive parenting strategies are then introduced to help parents develop a personal plan to prevent disobedience, to teach their child limits and to also manage disobedience when necessary
Friday 24 March 9-11.15
Hassle-free Shopping with Children (For parents with children aged 1-10 years)
This discussion topic uses shopping trips as an example of one of the most common times parents have to deal with difficult behaviour in public. Positive parenting strategies are discussed through step-by-step suggestions for preventing problems and teaching children how to behave on shopping trips. Parents develop individualised plans to manage problem behaviour during their own shopping trips and are encouraged to transfer new parenting strategies to other potentially difficult community situations.
There will be a free creche for pre-school children and all places must be booked in advance through the school office. Many thanks
– helping students enjoy maths and improve their results.Teaching Tables
– Times Tables activities, games and worksheetsMaths Games
– Free online maths games for all agesLiteracy
why Salusbury adopted the Read Write Inc. programme.
You may find this website useful in supporting your child with Read Write Inc:http://www.ruthmiskintraining.com/home/index.html
This leaflet gives you information on what you can do help support your child’s literacy.
The Oxford Owl website
is an award-winning free website packed with expert advice, top tips, eBooks and activities to help you support your child’s reading and maths at home.
To help improve vocabulary, check out our very own Word of the Week page.ICTScratch
is a programming language and an online community where children can program and share interactive media such as stories, games, and animation with people from all over the world. It is aimed at children 8 years and older but younger children may also enjoy it.Other International Primary CurriculumFit For Sport
run extended breakfast and after school clubs for parents / carers who work. These sessions can be booked on an ad hoc basis as and when you need them or on a regular basis.
For resources to help support children's resilience and their emotional wellbeing