Supporting my Child at Home
A love of books and learning at Christ Church goes beyond just learning to read and write and we would encourage the children, staff and parents to also read for pleasure at home too. We are working alongside Lovereading4schools and you can also join the website by using the following link:
Here you will find the recommended reading spine for each year group, plus a list of books recommended by the lovereading4schools editorial experts
The link will take you to a login page where you need to click Sign Up Now Scroll down and select For Parents Then, Register Now
It will take just a few moments to sign up and find our School.
Find Christ Church C of E Primary SE18 3RS and then click on Follow
Enter the page password: automatic478
Then search to your heart’s content for books to inspire that lifelong love of reading for your children.
If you don’t have access to a computer, let us know which list you would like and we’d be happy to print it out for you.
If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
We’re pleased to announce that Christ Church has agreed to participate in an NHS public health project called ‘Inspire’, which aims to improve treatment of asthma in children.
We need your help though! The project uses a free absence-reporting app called Studybugs. Whether or not your child suffers from asthma, please could you download the app, or register on the Studybugs website, and use it to tell us whenever your child’s ill and unable to attend school. Please note that you will still need to call the school to inform them if your child is off school ill.
Thanks for your help in advance
The Book Trust
The Book Trust is an excellent website with lots of tips that will help you when reading with your child at home. The book lists that they have put together are also of very good quality.
Maths Workshop for Parents
Please click here to see the presentation from the Maths Workshop for parents on Tuesday 6th December 2016
Literacy Workshop for Parents
Please click here to see the presentation from the Literacy Workshop for Parents on Monday 12th December 2016