Children should arrive at school fit and well and refreshed by enough sleep to be ready for work and the busy day ahead. Your child's progress and development will benefit from your support in many ways. Below are a few ways that you can help them to get the most from school.
Include your child in conversations wherever possible
Take them on outings - discuss the days events
Encourage the child to mix with other children, possibly inviting a friend home for tea
Share the enjoyment of reading. Reading with your child and letting him/her read to you. Visit the local library and help your child select appropriate books
Encourage your child to participate in out of school activities such as Brownies, Beavers, swimming, dance or music activities
Show an interest in any work brought home from school, for example a drawing, painting, model etc. If the child sees that the work she/he brings home is valued by parents and teachers alike, motivation will increase and this can only help.
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