Supporting my child's learning

A key aspect of involvement in education is to support your child's learning. But what does this involve? Well - it can include anything from helping them with their homework to setting up an environment that suits learning. Sometimes, just knowing that you are interested will help to motivate a child to try their best.

Here are some more specific examples of how you can support your child:

What next after exam results?
What next after exam results?

The GCSE or A-level results are in. What's your role in guiding your child's next steps? Our top tips for parents covers everything from higher education to careers, whatever the outcome.

Supporting Homework

Not only does homework support what your child is learning about at school, it also gives you a chance to become involved in that learning process.

Choosing a secondary school

Autumn marks the start of secondary school visits in England. We explain school progress tables, what Ofsted reports really tell you about a school and what to look for and ask at open days.

Preparing to move to secondary

Whether your child has a year or days to go, the prospect of starting secondary school is charged with excitement and perhaps a little trepidation. We have some top tips here to help.