Supporting Good Progress

Getting involved with your child’s education can make a significant difference to their chances of success. Research has shown that children whose parents are involved get higher marks, have a better attitude towards learning and develop more confidence.

These links include more information for parents:

Helping your 11-14 year old to make good progress
Helping your 14-19 year old to make good progress


Supporting Reading

Research shows that your interest and involvement in your child’s learning and education is more important than anything else in helping your child fulfil their potential. As parents, you are the people who go with your child on their learning journey, from the day they are born to the time they become an adult.

You, as the parent, carer or guardian know your child best. These leaflets give ideas and suggestions for you to choose from – you will know which ones suit you, your child and the school. All of the ideas in the leaflet have been developed by parents and can be used with, or adapted for, both primary and secondary age children and young people. View the booklet here.


Supporting Revision

BBC’s ‘Helping Your Child Through Exams’

Ladybridge Revision Guide
Exam Words Dictionary
Supporting Science
Supporting Maths

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