Listening to stories is crucial to your child’s language and vocabulary development. It will help them to develop a lifelong love of books. Click on the following links to some stories your child can listen to.

Jackanory Stories

Storyteller videos: Traditional Tales

Take this quiz help your child find fake information online – www.internetmatters.org/issues/fake-news-and-misinformation-advice-hub/find-the-fake/

Games, puzzles and problems to explore with your child:

https://www.iseemaths.com/games-resources/

www.nrich.maths.org/

Activities for Ages 5-6

Activities for Ages 7-11

Activities for Ages 5-11

Maths at Home 15 Top Tips for parents

Supporting adults

The National Numeracy Challenge:

   www.nationalnumeracy.org.uk/improve-your-maths

 

Other useful links

Archdiocese of Liverpool

Barnardos

Bereavement Support – Winstons Wish

Chatham Nursery School

Counselling

English and Maths for adults

Facebook privacy settings

Grammer Explained

Glossary terms

Headlice Information

Kidsguide

Merseyside Police – Online Safety

Maths at home

NSPCC

Parent View

Parent zone – making the internet work for families

Think you know

Trainline family tickets

School Health team

School nurses are registered nurses who specialise in public and child health. The team of school nurses, community staff nurses and clinical support workers work closely with children and young people, parents, carers and teachers, promoting health and wellbeing in accordance with our Healthy Child Programme (5 to 19 years).

School nurses also offer support to young people with special educational needs from age 19 to 25. For more information please follow the link below.

School Health Team

Parents