Interactive Learning Diary
Each child in the school has an Interactive Learning Diary where they or their teachers upload observations of their work, learning experiences and achievements. Parents are also able to upload observations of their children’s achievements outside of school.
You will need to register for the first time using the letter sent home from school which contains your child’s unique code.
Once you have done this you can view your child’s profile by logging in to the parents portal at:
To make it easier to view observations, add comments and upload observations from home there is also a parents app for use on mobile devices.The ILD Parent mobile apps are available for all Apple, Android and Windows devices.
Please use search term ‘ILD Parent’ in your relevant app store.
ILD Parent is very easy to use but you will find a fully comprehensive user guide below.
Here is a presentation which explains and answers some questions about ILD:
If you forget your password there is an option to reset it yourself you do not need to contact the school. Click on the forgotten password button and an email will be sent to your registered email address.
Phonics Workshop - Thursday 17th October 2019
Our main aim in Reception is to ensure that all children develop a love for learning which they will carry with them for the rest of their school journey. We provide a nurturing and exciting learning environment to give all of our children the opportunity to grow and develop into happy and confident learners. Although we have overarching planned topics throughout the year we encourage children to follow their own interests and adapt out planning to meet their learning needs.
EYFS Curriculum information Session for parents - 27th September 2018
Letters and Sounds are supported by the 'Jolly Phonics' scheme.
The Oxford Reading Scheme is used throughout the school.
Please find below some useful websites with information and games to support your child with maths at home.
Play is the natural way in which children learn. It is the process through which children explore, investigate, recreate and come to understand their world.
The NRICH Project aims to enrich the mathematical experiences of all learners. To support this aim, members of the NRICH team work in a wide range of capacities, including providing professional development for teachers wishing to embed rich mathematical tasks into everyday classroom practice.