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Please use the tabs at the right hand side of this page to find useful information about our school .

You may find the links below useful.

  Link to National School Performance Tables
  Think u Know how safe your children are on the internet?

Click on the link to visit the parents guide to internet safety on the CEOP website
  Hectors World teaches KS1 about internet safety
  Lee and Kim explain internet safety to KS1
  KS2 can explore the Cyber Cafe to learn e-safety
  Use the Starz link to log into your Starz E-mails and learning platform
  KS2 children can develop their maths skills and gain certificates through Mathletics
  Oxford Owl is a free website built to help your child learnto read and to love to read.  With 250 free eBooks; book based activities and games, a handy phonics guide (including how to say the sounds correctly); support for motivating boys and practical suggestions for keeping up with reading during the holidays.
  Use Dance Mat Typing to practice your typing skills
  In KS1 Bitesize you will find lots of fun games to help with Maths, English and Science
  In KS2 Bitesize you will find lots of fun games to help with Maths, English and Science
  The Magic Key website is aimed at children aged 5-6 years and follows the TV programmes in which Kipper, Biff, Chip, Wilf, Wilma and Floppy go off on their adventures.
  A website providing games, songs and animations for Key Stage 1 maths.
  A website covering English, Maths and Science at Key Stage 1 and 2
  Ideas to help your child with reading, maths and homework
  Supporting older readers - ideas for parents to help children continue to make progress in years 4, 5 and 6
  A QCDA booklet about how parentscan help with maths, provides a great explanation of the different national curriculum levels.
  Writing involves a set of complex skills that will not develop without structured teaching and practice. At Elm Primary School we are using the Big Write approach as one aspect to the way we teach writing. This approach is based on child centered, interactive learning with a focus on four core targets of Vocabulary, Connectives, Openers and Punctuation (V.C.O.P.). These pyramids show the way that children are asked to improve their writing by using increasingly complex skills.