Please select a subject area to discover manhy different forms of support and resources to help support your child at home. Most of these sections contain weblinks and downloadable resources such as information files and posters.
See also our Parent Subject Guide pages for English, Maths and Inclusion to access the support for learning information.
Below are a range of documents abd resources to aid you to support your child at home with their maths learning.
Key Stage 2 - Addition & Subtraction
- Addition using the column method
- Addition using the column method with decimals (money)
- Addition using the column method with several decimals
- Subtraction developing the column method
- Subtraction discussing strategies
- Subtraction using partitioning
- Subtraction using the column method
- Subtraction using the column method (decomposition)
Key Stage 2 – Multiplication & Division
- Division using a number line to find remainders
- Division using the long method
- Division using the short method
- Division using the short method representing remainders as decimals
- Division using the short method with remainders
- Multiplication using doubling and halving
- Multiplication using the grid method
- Multiplication using the long method for two 2-digit numbers
- Multiplication using the short method
- Multiplication using the short method with decimals and whole numbers
To help parents support maths learning at home we have added links to maths games, we hope that you enjoy and find these useful.
Below are some aides to support your child at home to develop their reading skills and knowledge.
Please follow the video links below to access some really useful advice on how to support your child at home with reading and comprehension:
This Oxford Owl pages contain several really useful videos on comprehension, grammar and spelling:
Below are some aides to support your child at home to develop their grammar, punctutation and spelling skills.
These Oxford Owl pages contain several really useful videos on comprehension, grammar and spelling:
Below are a range of documents to aid you to support your child at home with their mental health and wellbeing.
Keeping children safe online is increasingly important in today's world.
At Alfred Lord Tennyson School we take our responsibility to keep children safe online very seriously.
We teach online safety skills through our PSHE and Computing lessons and always raise additional awareness during National Online Safety Day. As a school we also regularly share updates and safety guides with our parents/carers and all staff.