Supporting your child's learning
For many years now we have worked closely with 'Family Learning' at Surrey County Council, hosting a range of workshops and support groups for parents who wish to develop their skills to support their children further with their learning. Our longstanding group for parents of whom English is an additional language, is particularly successful. More recently, we have working with Family Learning for parents who want to develop their understanding of the maths curriculum.
Moving forward, Family Learning have developed an online offer to support parents within the curriculum areas of Maths and English.
These are free online courses. If you would like to find out more, please contact the school office email@example.com. Before you register you should:
- Have connectivity to the internet through a laptop, tablet or smartphone.
- Read about the courses. You would be able to enrol on one or both.
- Be aware that these sessions are being trialled and that we welcome your feedback.
- Be able to commit to 5 weekly short sessions
Here is some further information about the course content:
Maths Course Overview
On this course, you will work online with the tutor and other parents and carers to improve your own maths skills as well as improving your ability to support your children’s learning. You will also improve your understanding of the maths curriculum. Your child may be able to learn with you on this course.
What will we cover?
We will cover a range of topics that may include –
- Addition and subtraction
- Multiplication and division
- Place value
- Fractions & Percentages
- Mental maths methods
- Maths games
- Maths vocabulary
EAL Course Overview – For parents who do not speak English
On this course, you will work online with the tutor and other parents and carers to improve your English language skills as well as improving your ability to support your children’s learning. You will also improve your understanding of education in the UK.
This is an adult-only course.
What will we cover?
- Reading with children
- Education in England including British values