Curriculum Key Areas
How to help with maths at home
Oxford Press timetables
Maths primary dictionary
Websites to help with Maths at home
Times Tables Apps
Hit The Button
How you can help with Computing at home
We’ve all been there, sat around the dinner table after a long day, and we ask our kids the question that has been passed down from generation-to-generation, “What did you do at school today?”
In return, we get the immortal reply, “Dunno, nothing!”
Throughout the school children use the following website to develop their programming skills. Next time you need to know what they have done in Computing pull up the following link and your child will be only too happy to show you what they can do!
If you want to know more information about how the site works and what it can do the following two links will give you the information you need in the minimum amount of time.
Internet safety: Do you know your child’s digital world?
Teaching children to stay safe online is a priority for the school however staying safe on-line is a tricky skill for children to learn. They get confused about what they should and shouldn’t do, find it difficult to separate truth from lies and don’t report things that they should.
The following websites will help you talk to your child about being safe and provide you with helpful, practical tips to make your child safer in their digital world whilst at home.
For Information on how to contact us see below:
Upton Upon Severn CofE (VC) Primary School and Pre-School
Phone: 01684 592259