How can you help your child during his/her Reception year in school?

What can you do to help your child in his first year at school?

Phew! So, your child’s first day at school has come and gone. One milestone event completed! You are both beginning to get into a pattern and a routine during the school week. It is early days but your child appears to be settling into school life well. Fantastic news! You should feel assured.

The next big question you will no doubt be contemplating now is ’How can I support my child throughout his first year in school?’

Do not feel ‘redundant’ just because your child has started school... Even if the teacher is ‘the bees knees’ in your child’s eyes, you are still the primary influence, role-model and emotional support for your child. Parents and school are on the same team and the more you work together the more your child (and his personal and academic development) will reap the benefits.

I stand by my 5 top tips as a priority in the Reception year too... Once these skills have been mastered other learning can take place.

As a Reception teacher for many recent years I know the curriculum and expectations inside out. To compliment the work being done in school, I have much expertise and many practical ideas of how you can support your child at home with his early reading, writing and mathematical skills, or indeed any other area of learning. In addition, if your child is struggling with his behaviour, boundaries, listening skills, friendships or independence I can help you!

Whatever your query, problem or need regarding your child starting school and supporting him throughout the Reception year – I am able to help! It may be a one off chat you would like or perhaps you would feel more reassured knowing I was at the end of the phone all year round. I specialise in listening to your individual questions or concerns and devising bespoke ideas and plans to suit you and your family. Please visit my website and look at the services I offer and get in touch This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to get the ball rolling and keep your child bouncing into school! I very much look forward to hearing from you.

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