Resources for Parents

Find below a list of useful resources.

E-Safety Resources

Child safety on YouTube: a parent factsheet
A Guide for parents on E-safety http://www.preshute.wilts.sch.uk/download_file/view/269/186

New: June 2019 - keeping children safe online

As you would be aware, we encourage responsible internet use by our pupils in school, and also address issues of online safety and cyber-bullying within the curriculum.

Attached is a link from the Wiltshire Safeguarding Children Board (http://www.wiltshirescb.org.uk/keeping-children-safe-online/) which provides some extremely useful information for parents about keeping children safe online, as well as considering specific matters such as SnapChat and WhatsApp. Although we realise that some of our pupil cohort will be too young to be familiar with these applications, you may find it useful to look at the attached information for future reference.


Helping with learning at home and in school

Download and printout the resource PDF files below to help with your child's learning at home and in school.

Reading:

What is Guided Reading?
For a guide to the correct pronunciation of the sounds we teach in our phonics lessons see:

Maths Resources:

  1. 100 Square
  2. Clock
  3. Conversion Chart
  4. Fraction Wall
  5. Number Line
  6. Times Table Square
  7. Place Value Cards

Reading Guide:

Click here for tips on reading at home with your child and a recommended book list.

English terminology:

Click here to find out what the different terms in the New Curriculum mean.

Reading

Read anything! A book, signs, a comic or even a cereal packet!

Your child will benefit if they love reading.

Visiting Us

We are always happy to show visitors around. Please contact the school office to arrange a visit.

Contact Us

Preshute Church of England Primary School
High Street, Manton, Wiltshire.
SN8 4HH

01672 512 754
admin@preshute.wilts.sch.uk


Interim head teacher: Mr Neil Baker

Deputy head teacher and SENCO: Mrs Mary Mundy

Admin officer (Reception and Telephone): Mrs Ange Baldock