B Cador: November 2017
We are hosting our second whole school workshop on Monday 20th November at 6pm. The focus for this workshop is Maths at Wrenbury.
Please do use this opportunity to gain a greater understanding of how we teach maths at Wrenbury. The teachers will also offer some great tips to help you support your child in their maths, too.
Once again, we will offer a facility for you to bring along your child(ren) so that you do not have to worry about childcare, if this is preventing you from attending.
Responses from our Reading Workshop were very positive.
"This workshop was brilliant...Thank you."
"I found this very informative and helpful...knowing how I can encourage them further is fantastic."
"Very, very useful. Lots of little things I can do at home to help the children on a daily basis."
"It's great to get more information about how the children are taught."
"Thank you for putting on this workshop. It is really great to see what the children are working on...Very useful!"
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