Discover Learning with Parents’ new journey into supporting parental engagement in the Early Years, focusing on inclusive, adaptable activities and our innovative partnership with Peeple.
I was really excited when school started to use Learning with Parents – from the beginning it has helped make learning at home fun. My daughter instantly started to enjoy homework and this is the most important thing for me. When she comes home from school she asks me “What game are we going to play?”
The first five years of a child’s life are a period of incredible brain development. It’s a time when every interaction, every word, and every moment counts.
We’ve been asking teachers what they think about financial literacy in primary schools.
Welcome to a new school year! In this blog, we share top tips on how primary schools can boost parental engagement at the start of term.
Julia Shingler, headteacher at Causeway Green, tells us all about how Learning with Parents works for the families at her school.
In this blog, we look at some highlights of our 2022 impact report and the difference our work has made in supporting parents over the last year.
Every year in the UK, one in four children leave primary school unable to read to the required standard. This has long term consequences for the child’s academic outcomes, employment and health. In this blog, we take a look at why reading at home matters and the difference parents can make by reading regularly with their child.
Learning with Parents is delighted to have exhibited at BETT again in 2023. This time we joined our supporter, Promethean, on their stand to talk to schools and MATs about parental engagement and the launch of our new digital reading log.
Learning with Parents exists because not all children have a fair shot at education in the UK. This is down to several different factors, one of which is parental engagement. They exist to support all families to have positive learning interactions together.