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Helping families get ready for school at Mayflower Primary

Ofsted good practice example showing how Mayflower Primary uses simple ideas to get parents involved in their child’s learning.

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Mayflower Primary School - good practice example.pdf

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What does being ‘ready for school’ mean? At Mayflower Primary School it means helping parents and carers to be ready as well as their children. Staff use simple, practical ideas to get them involved in their child’s learning even before they start school.

Published 3 April 2014