Access Education City at Home
Access Education City away from school, allowing your child to continue their learning in the evenings, weekends and over the holidays.
Benefits of Home Access
- Home access to fun, engaging Activities, revision and Tests
- Homework scores recorded in the students' school profile building a comprehensive picture of their progress
- Engages students at home and involves you in their learning
- Teachers can personalise learning that your child can access at home
Click on the link below to download a copy of the permission form for accessing EducationCity at home. Please print off and complete this form and return it to school to gain home access.
Access EducationCity at Home Permission Form
The table below shows ideas for how you can support your child at home.
|All children and young people should be encouraged to complete daily reading for at least 15 minutes per day, this can be guided reading where appropriate and can include age appropriate material such as newspapers, magazines etc.
1 (Years 1 & 2)
|Number recognition in the environment – question your child to determine their understanding eg “Did you see what that number was?”
Support your child to count out items at home eg lego.
Addition and subtraction facts to 20.
Support your child to count out pennies to buy a small item at the shops.
|Support your child to write a list of names of the people they live with.
Support your child to name people they are shopping for.
|Support your child to practice tying their shoe laces.
Support your child to practice brushing their teeth independently.
|2 (Years 3, 4, 5 & 6)
||Support your child to practice using money to buy an item and calculate the change needed.
Support your child to practice coin recognition when buying one item from a shop.
|Support your child to ask people who they live with what they would like to eat for the meal.
Support your child to write a list of items that they will need for a family meal and support them to check their spelling using a dictionary.
|Support your child to pack their own bag for school.
Support your child to make their own bed.
3 (Years 7, 8 & 9)
|Add numbers mentally eg shopping list.
Round prices up or down to the nearest pound.
Practise multiplication tables x4, x6, x8.
|Support your child to write a list of items that they will need for a family’s weekly food shop and support them to check your spelling using a dictionary.
Support your child to ask people who they live with and what they would like to eat for the week and add this to the list.
|Support your child to make themselves a simple snack.
Support your child to remember their home address and emergency contacts.
|4/5 (Years 10 to 14)
Involve your child in all aspects of family budgeting.
Support your child to plan a budget for the utilities of running a house.
|Involve your child in reading the different types of communication that comes to a home via email, post etc.
Allow your child to identify which post is important and which is junk and talk through the ways to respond.
|Support your child to plan and cook a healthy snack.
Support your child to do their own laundry at least once a week.
|Students studying GCSEs and L2 BTECs will be given personalised homework and revision.