Ask Your Child

Do you ever ask your child what they've been learning in school, only to get the answer, "Nothing!" or, "Can't remember!"?

There is so much going on during the school day that they probably don't know where to start. To help, we have introduced Ask Your Child. Each week, our year group teachers will suggest a question about the week's learning. It may help to get the conversation going.

Let us know if it helps.

Questions for the week beginning 14th June

Can you discuss some similarities and differences between England and another country?

Year 1
What are the similarities and differences between a city, town, and village?

Year 2
What are the 4 parts of a plant called? Can you tell me the job of each part?

Year 3
How are symbols and keys on maps useful?

Year 4
What are the steps for solving a worded problem in maths successfully?

Year 5
Can you name the three products that the enslaved were often used to farm?

Year 6
How do you feel about starting secondary school? What can you do to prepare?

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