Welcome to Parent Zone, we hope you find this area useful. On this page you will find some parental aids with which you can help your children at home during homework tasks or any other extra work they may wish to do.
You can also view the class rep meeting notes which take place once a half term with the Year group Year Leader and any other useful information.
Some of the links are for interactive games that you can play with your children in order to enhance their understanding of a specific subject or topic area.
We hope this page helps and please let us know if there is anything else you would like to see on this page.
View your child’s Maths passport. They will be able to tell you what continent they are currently on so that you can see what objectives they are working on.
In September 2016, we launched into Mathletics which is a fun and interactive Maths resources online that children can use to practise skills and improve their learning in specific areas. Teachers are continuing to set homework fortnightly on Mathletics and they review how each child has done. Every child can practise their homework as many times as they like until they are confident. All children have a unique username and password given to them by their teacher.
We have recently held some Maths and English workshops for parents. Please click on the links below to view the hand-outs from these workshops.
Skillswise aims to help adults improve their reading, writing and maths skills. It is targeted at Level 1 of the adult Basic Skills Literacy & Numeracy Curriculums for England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
In class, children use writing mats to help them improve their writing. There are 3 types of writing mats used: ‘working towards’, ‘working at the expected standard’ and ‘working at greater depth’.
Below are a list of key websites you may wish to visit in order to help your child with any English and SPAG work they may have:
We use Mathletics to set some weekly Maths homework and children love to go on this exciting interactive site to learn new skills or to practise skills they have learnt at school. http://uk.mathletics.com/ (your child has a username and password for this).
The next set of links are for you to use in order to help your children with their times tables. Have Fun!
A daily practise to keep those brain cells sharp
Woodlands Junior School has several fun online interactive activities to help not only improve your mental maths skills, but also to help you with SATs Revision too!
Helpful links for parents/Guardians
Sometimes parents/guardians need other support for various situations. Here is a list of some contacts that may be useful.
A website for professionals working in west Surrey area who are involved in the care of children with Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (also known as ’ADD’ or ’ADHD’). There are also advice guides for parents that look at behaviour management.
A charity which supports children and families.
There are a wealth of resources related to anti-bullying policy and practice with some helpful guides for parents/guardians.
View top tips for parents and guardians on bullying
A free and confidential support service for children.
Tel: 0800 1111
Cyber bullying resources
A charity that provides support for bereaved children.
Tel: 01342 313895
National Autistic Society
A national charity which supports children.
Relate West Surrey
Counselling (West Surrey)
A 24-hour service offering confidential emotional support to anyone who is in crisis.
Helpline: 08457 90 90 90
Step by Step
Counselling and mentoring by students (West Surrey)
Surrey Family Information Service
An online directory of services available in Surrey for children, young people and families.
Surrey Information Point
Information for families, including health matters and staying safe.
A charity for bereaved children
08452 03 04 05