Helping Your Child At Home - St Charles Catholic Primary School
St Charles Catholic Primary School exists to serve the Catholic communities of Ladbroke Grove, London and its neighbouring parishes. We are here to educate the children in a community which has the Gospel values, traditions and beliefs of the Catholic Faith at the centre of its ethos.
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Helping Your Child At Home

Many parents ask us the question “How can I help my child and the school?” Here are a few ways in which you can support your child and the school.

  • Children have a real need to be heard. Let them tell you about their day.
  • Tell them about your day. Find time to pray together.
  • Send your child to bed at a regular and reasonable time.
  • Be positive. Build your child’s confidence by praising the things (s)he does well.
  • Listen to your child read, and enjoy stories together.
  • Learn from your child’s teacher the best way (s)he thinks you can help your child at home.
  • Enrich your child’s leisure time by encouraging hobbies, sports, games, handicrafts, outings, joining clubs, etc.
  • Be selective about the television programmes/videos (s)he watches and discuss the programmes that you view together.
  • Encourage your child to read as much as possible.
  • Involve your child in the mathematical experiences of everyday life, in cooking, shopping, measuring and telling the time.
  • Take an active interest in any school work your child brings home such as research for topics, weekly spellings or tables.
  • If you are anxious about your child’s progress, please come and talk to us. Try not to pass on your anxiety to your child.