Helping my child at home

Curriculum

Helping my child at home

Parents, carers and families are by far the most important influences in a child's life. Their support can play a vital role at all stages of education.

Parents who take on a supportive role in their children’s learning make a difference in improving achievement and behaviour. The active involvement of parents can help promote a learning community in which children and young people can engage positively with practitioners and their peers.

We hope that you enjoy these recommended sites for learning at home with your child. Please let us know if you have any more ideas for this page.

Click on the images below to visit each home learning site.

Struggling with Grammar? Remember this RAP.

A noun is the name of a person, place or thing,

like Sam in Sydney with a ball of string.

An adjective describes a noun,
like a big, wide smile on a painted clown.

Verbs, verbs, are doing words,
they like to move and fly like the birds, running and jumping, you can often add an ING like, dance and laugh and hop and sing!

An adverb likes to add to a verb and tell you more about the word, it often has an LY on the end, like slowly walk or quickly bend.