We run a program of Parent Times over the year to share important information with parents that can help them to support their children even better at school. The sessions are designed to help parents know more about what we do at Oliver Goldsmith so that we can work together to help children reach their potential. We vary the days and times they are held to help as many parents attend as possible. We always upload presentations to the website, see below, so that even if parents cannot attend, they can read the materials we share. Watch out in newsletters for dates and times of Parent Times.
Click on links below to download resources from our Parent Time sessions...
Resources from 2018-19
Anti-Bullying Parent Time - Weds 14th November
KS2 English Parent Time - Tuesday 30th October
KS1 English Parent Time - Tuesday 16th October
KS2 Maths Parent Time - Tuesday 2nd October
KS1 Maths Parent Time - Wednesday 26th September
Years 5&6 Applying for High School and Residential Parent Time - Wednesday 12th September
Resources from 2017-18
Parent Time 3- KS2 maths calculations parent time letter-3.10.17.pdf
Parent Time 4-Parent Forum & PSA AGM letter to parents.pdf
Parent Time 5-KS1 English-letter to parents.pdf
Parent Time 7- (continuation of Parent Time 3) KS2 Maths parent time letter- Continuation session- Friday 3rd November.pdf
Parent Time 9-Anti-bullying parent time letter.pdf
Parent Time 10 - E-Safety led by ChildNet 6-7pm - resources available from ChildNet website, www.childnet.com/parents-and-carers
Feedback and comments from parents…
- “I found this session to be very informative. I am more aware of the different sites that kids can access and what can be done to better protect them from falling prey of internet groomers.” Year 3 Parent.
- This evening’s seminar was very informative. I leant more in depth about grooming which is a main concern of ours because of independent use of the computer.” Year 3 Parent.
- “It is great to know that school in placing importance on this subject. Good to know there is one recommended go-to website for parents to go to.” Parent with children in Year 1 & Year 3.
- “Good to know that we can control where our children go on the internet. A lot of helpful information with the website where parents can go to.” Parent with child in Year 3.