We regularly hold workshops which all parents /carers are invited to they will give you opportunities to learn new skills and try out ideas and activities that will help to support your relationship with your child.
If you would like us to organise a specific workshop please contact us.
Below are our recent workshops...
Parent and Carer Workshop
Phonics at St Stephen's Infant School
Wednesday 13th March 2019
A huge thank you to all of the parents and carers who attended our phonics workshop.
We shared information about how phonics is taught at St Stephen's Infants School. Parents went home with a pack to help support their children at home.
We hope you enjoyed finding out about some of the activities that children do as part of their phonics learning in school.
Book Time Afternoon
Monday 21st January 2019
A very big thank you to all the parents and carers who attended our fun afternoon!
Information with strategies to support 'home reading' along with a 'free book' was given out during the afternoon for parents and carers to share with their children.
Some children painted pictures of monkeys, made monkey masks, had a first attempt to draw a monkey face and some children chose to read their new book in a quiet room with their parents.
It was lovely to see everyone enjoying the afternoon with their children!
Thanks for coming and enjoying the afternoon with the reception team and Mrs Stokes!
Not forgetting to thank to Wendy from Community Learning and Neil who gave a brief talk about our library's and what they have to offer.
Tuesday 13th November 2018
Thank you to all our parents and carers who attended the workshop today.
We hope you all enjoyed learning about 'Numicon' a resource the children use in school to support their maths skills.
We hope you found all the information useful and learnt more about the way we teach maths in our school.
The children really enjoyed playing the games with the parents and carers !
Thank you for attending
A comment from a parent - "I found it very useful and feel more confident about helping my son".