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Parents in Partnership session on reading and homework – 26th April

Our next Parents in Partnership session for parents of Primary students will take place on Thursday 26th April at 8.50am in the dining room. This time the focus will be on reading and homework.

This is a repeat of the Parents in Partnership session on reading and homework which we did at the beginning of the academic year in October. It is mainly aimed at those parents who joined BISB during the course of the year or who have different questions now that their children have progressed in reading.

The session will focus on how children learn to read, what we do in school and how parents can support their children with reading at home. This is relevant for native and non-native  English speakers.

The session begins at 8.50 and should end at 9.30am and will be held in English. If anyone needs support with translation please let us know in advance.