Helping Your Child

Here at St. Matthew’s we aim to work in partnership with parents to support children’s learning. Should you ever have any concerns about how your child is progressing or feel you need some ideas for helping help your child with their learning, please talk to your child’s class teacher.

We hope that you find the following useful to help you support your child’s learning.

Our Curriculum

The Curriculum section of this website gives you the latest information about what the children are learning at school in each year group.

Click on the link below to see our curriculum pages.

Our Homework Policy can be found by clicking on the link below.
Ideas for supporting children with homework can be found by clicking on the links below to the BBC schools websites.  The curriculum information and the class home pages have useful links to support learning. The BBC has excellent resources for supporting children’s learning. Visit the Bitesize pages at BBC Bitesize.

Visit the new NRich Wild Maths website to find lots of mathematics based activities that you can try with your children at home.  AS the website itself states, “Mathematics is a creative subject. It involves spotting patterns, making connections, and finding new ways of looking at things. Creative mathematicians play with ideas, draw pictures, have the courage to experiment and ask good questions.  Wild Maths is a collection of mathematical games, activities and stories, encouraging you to think creatively”.

Visit the site by following this link -

The Foundation Stage
Below are some documents that you may find useful while your child is in the Foundation Stage.
We have a dedicated eSafety page on our website.  Click this link to visit it now.
Special Educational Needs and Disability
You can find the St Matthew's Special Educational Needs and Disability Report on our policies page.
You can find information about the Cambridgeshire Local Offer and other information on our SEN and Disability Page.
Below you can find the Cambridgeshire Local Authority Dyslexia Guidance which some parents may find useful.