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Parent Workshops

Please watch the whole school video presented by Ms Madden followed by the PDF from your child(ren)'s year group below.

Year Groups

Year 1
Year 2
Year 3
Year 4
Year 5
Year 6

Phase 2 | Phase 3 | Phase 5

Essential Letters and Sounds Parent Introduction

Parent Workshop

How to support your child with the Grapheme Phoneme Correspondences they have learnt in school (grapheme tiles resource)

How to support your child with their Phonics Home Learning Sheet -

How to support your child’s learning of Harder to Read and Spell words (HRS word cards)

Phase 2 Pronunciation of Sounds

Phase 3 Pronunciation of Sounds

A number of classes have been following the Massage in Schools Programme this term and more classes will be learning about massage in the Spring Term. Here are some quotes from the year 1 and 3 children about how they think the massage movements they have learnt will help them:

“Massage helps me to feel calm and relaxed.”

“I can give my mum a massage if she’s tired.”

“I love giving a massage and receiving a massage. It’s fun and relaxing.”

Thanks to the parents who came along to the Introduction to Massage workshop this week. Click here to view the presentation

Health Advice for Starting School

Dental Health

NHS dental care for children is free. Take your child for regular dental check-ups as advised by the dentist.


ERIC is a useful resource for bedwetting and incontinence issues

If you would like further support, you can contact the school nurse, who can refer you on to the Enuresis service based at Parsons Green Health Centre (020 8102 4005).


It is important to make sure your child’s immunisations are up to date. Find out more about these, and vaccines for pregnant women on this link:

Free vitamins, vegetables, fruit and milk formula

You may be eligible – follow this link:


Please make sure your child drinks plenty of water and brings a water bottle to school every day.

School Nurse

If you would like any further support regarding your child’s health you can be referred to the school nursing service (0208 102 4005) either through the school or directly.


Safeguarding Lead is Miss Rosalind Morgan. More information can be found in our safeguarding policy on the website.

The Prevent Duty

This is the duty in the Counter-Terrorism and Security Act 2015 on specified authorities to have due regard to the need to prevent people from being drawn into terrorism. All staff have been trained.Please see the links below for further details:

The school is aware of issues around FGM and this forms part of our safeguarding policy and training.

Other helpful resources

Phone Lines:
Childline: 0800 1111
Get Connected: 0800 096 0096
Samaritans: 0345 90 90 90
Parentline Plus: 0808 800 2222

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness involves training our attention to experience the present moment with greater curiosity and kindness. This helps us to not only appreciate what is going well, but to respond more skillfully to life’s inevitable challenges.



FOFBOC – Feet On Floor Bottom on Chair

Find a space which is calm and quiet and sit up straight in a chair, then play the recording below which will guide you through the FOFBOC practice.


Mindfulness toolbox in Education


Mindfulness Curriculum

Useful links

Should you be interested in reading further about the body of research evidence around mindfulness, you may like to read the following document by Professor Katherine Weare:

Further research studies regarding the benefits of mindfulness for young people can be found on the Mindfulness in Schools Project Website: – Research

The government’s Mindful Nation UK report has been released and contains a section on the role of mindfulness in education.