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National Numeracy Parental Engagement project - survey 41 quornmummy 19/12/14 13:43
Do you have a child age 7-11? Complete a survey for Barclays about coding - £250 voucher to be won! 36 Whowherewhywhat 20/12/14 23:03
Chance to win a £200 voucher - check out the Storytime Sounds app from notonthehighstreet.com and share your storytelling experiences, tips and tales 94 AnnMumsnet 21/12/14 09:45
Is it normal for children in Yr3 to get yelled at a lot by the class teacher? 20 saadia 05/12/08 13:55
Christmas cards 19 designergirl 05/12/08 09:41
School out of special measures and now, according to Ofsted, a 'good' school. 10 cat64 04/12/08 22:47
DS (Year 1) in trouble 11 ilovemcdreamy 04/12/08 19:14
My son is seriously unhappy at school. Should I pull him out? 52 Grumblestiltskin 04/12/08 14:53
Primary teachers - what would you want to be taught prior to going to Spain to teach? 1 Mung 04/12/08 14:47
Would you mention it to the teacher 3 imaginaryfriend 04/12/08 12:41
Please tell me what your dc's school allows in the playground... 4 Nemostwonder… 04/12/08 11:52
Does it matter how much you spend on a gift for teacher and is cheese a suitable present? 11 Littlefish 04/12/08 06:55
DTD1 (Yr3) is being sent to the headteacher tomorrow [gulp]... 8 RubyrubytheR… 03/12/08 20:43
Over-rehearsing for Christmas Plays (rant) 33 hippipotami 03/12/08 20:06
Books for DD (Yr 1) to read herself 20 Bramshott 03/12/08 15:18
What can your reception aged child do? 42 imaginaryfriend 03/12/08 15:08
How to help DS (Reception year) when he won't tell the teacher himself? 2 Doodle2U 03/12/08 14:00
Triangular rubber pencil thingies.............. 12 EachPeachPearMum 03/12/08 10:49
Xmas Concerts.....how ridiculous 21 amerryscot 03/12/08 07:12
What is the purpose of a sticker chart? Is my child a delinquent? 18 scrooged 02/12/08 22:54
Primary - what tools /resources will help me teach my severely strugglying dd in Year 3? 30 noonar 02/12/08 20:46
Do you make your DC (aged 9) pick up their bedrooms? 8 gaussgirl 02/12/08 17:04
crescent school in Rugby 1 lulu2 02/12/08 12:36
Feeling like a really bad day already <sigh> just totally lost my rag with dd1 11 SheSellsSeas… 02/12/08 10:28
Ds1 is being given work far beyond his capabilities. 19 seeker 01/12/08 17:27
I made a decision and have chosen a primary school for DS, but i'm still feeling worried, does this mean it's not the right school or would i worry anyway? 10 BoffinMum 01/12/08 11:41
Sex and Relationship Education. Which parts at what age ? Poll 10 sfxmum 01/12/08 10:32
T/A taking yr1 class ALOT !! 6 mummyofboys 30/11/08 21:23
Would you be happy if your child only changed their reading book once a week and had no other homework? 83 cat64 30/11/08 20:05
At what stage should I consider moving DS down a year or taking him out of school? - Long and not very original or interesting I'm afraid. 139 Littlefish 30/11/08 09:30
Want to swap my 1st and 2nd preferences of schools for Year R. Have I a hope in hell?!! 14 newgirl 29/11/08 15:36
DS finally admitted why he is so unhappy this week 12 gigglewitch 28/11/08 23:43
"XX is home ill: he is refusing to eat because he has no friends" I need some advice please 6 Colditz 28/11/08 23:13
Calling all primary or SEN teachers - How do you teach months of the year and seasons??? 13 grin 28/11/08 23:05
DD1 being kicked by a little boy almost everyday- she is okay with it but should I mention it? 13 ConniesCuriousCandle 28/11/08 22:25
DS aged 4 has been in a fight at school and he looks terrible [wail] 5 Heated 28/11/08 20:52
Educational Psychologist 13 justunaccomp… 28/11/08 19:12
Yr2 Mathematics - old way versus new way 12 rustlybrownleaves 28/11/08 12:03
Help please - homework "write a short roman play" DS in Y3 bamboozled & me! 18 Marina 28/11/08 11:01
Can anyone tell me about the junior (prep) departments of Stockport Grammar, Cheadle or Kings. 5 myredcardigan 28/11/08 10:52
Article about boys "dramatically&quot; lagging behind girls by age five 24 southeastastra 28/11/08 09:58
DD1 is "a little behind" at school any tips on how to help her? 12 Buda 28/11/08 07:14
Staffroom. It's not fay-err. Secondary have got one. Can we?? 73 lsa2 27/11/08 21:50
We have too few primary schools around here. A new one is being built, but now someone has put in a bid for it to be a faith school. 7 nlondondad 27/11/08 21:43
Okay so we have had roast turkeys now for sheep.......... 3 MollieO 27/11/08 21:39
Fundraising! - Boring i know! - Do you organise any of these ideas? 5 Raalix 27/11/08 17:09
When is your school "day"? 41 edam 27/11/08 17:09
Does your Year 1 child get new books every day? 26 sellorrenovate 27/11/08 16:50
Year 1 and ELS Programme. 12 rusgirl 27/11/08 14:24
OK, be gentle.. I'm considering getting my 6yo dd a maths (and poss English) tutor 37 ssummers 27/11/08 13:38
Dress Code for Parents..... 6 PheasantPlucker 27/11/08 11:03
Surely schools should have some form of dess code for teachers. AIBU? 77 HunnyMonster 27/11/08 10:16
Did your dc have any input when choosing a school? Dd wants to go to school with her cousins. 15 piscesmoon 27/11/08 07:57
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