Happy Days - Bright Futures
Reception writing workshop - most useful aspects
"Understanding what difficulties this age group of child has to cope with"
"Gaining ideas for 'fun' ways to teach writing and spelling"
"Understanding how complex learning to write is for a child. Lots of good ideas about engaging my child in fun writing activities"
"Learning how to teach my child at home the same way as at school. It reassured me that he is on track. Very useful. Thank you"
"Learning how to help my child at home and activities we can use; we found the evening very interesting, learning the stages children go through to help them learn to write"
Year 1 reading and maths parent workshop - comments
"Very informative. It's great that WEPS give this sort of workshop with parents; not all schools do. Thank you. Carry on the good work with teacher and parents being able to work together as a team"
"The session was great and really informative; great to be a 'fly on the wall' during lesson time and seeing the children in the learning environment. The teacher's passion and love for the children shone through"
Such a lovely way of teaching children maths, writing and reading. I can see the progress in English and maths"
"It was wonderful to see how interactive the lessons are and the 'fun' element; the children really enjoy learning and getting involved. It gave me an insight in how to help my son"
Year 2 reading and maths parent workshop - what did you find most useful?
"It's great to see my child in the learning environment and the methods used"
"I love the teacher's style of learning. It's clear and fun and the children really engage and learn so well"
"It was great to see how the children learn and to be able to help them at home"
"Useful to see how you teach verbs, adjectives etc. and how you work out maths, both very different to how I was taught"
"Brilliant presentation, very clear and gave some excellent learning strategies"
"Excellent workshop - well done!"
Is there anything else you would like included?
"On-going information sent to parents to carry on with the learning methods"