Support your child
We regularly hold parent information sessions, details of these sessions can be found on the newsletters.
Below are a few websites and leaflets that may be useful in helping you to support your child at home.
Latest information for parents of pupils in years 2 and 6 regarding national curriculum tests can be found here.
BBC Parental Involvement website gives you lots of practical ways of supporting your child at home with reading, homework and maths.
Oxford Owl is a free website built to help parents with their children's learning. There are free ebooks on here for you to read with your children as well as help games and advice on how to best support your child.
At Riverside we teach phonics using the letters and sounds programme. You can use these free resources to help support the Letters and Sounds phonics programme at home.
BBC Bitezise KS1 has lots of fun games and activities which help your child practice some of the key early skills in Literacy (including, rhyming, phonics, alphabetical order, joining words and much more.
BBC Bitezise KS2 has lots of fun games and activities which help your child practice reading, writing, spelling and grammar skills. Reading, writing and spelling and grammar skills can help you tell a story, share your ideas, write a letter and make sense of instructions. We use them everyday and they help us understand each other.
This site provides educational ICT activites linked to the English National Curriculum.
Coolmath4kids is an amusement park of maths games and much more, specially designed for fun, fun, FUN!
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