Do your parents ask for ideas to keep their children’s brains in gear over the summer?
NACE have written a useful crib sheet of ideas for teachers to share.
Teachers are well aware that the summer holidays can cause not only a hiatus in children’s learning but in some cases even cause children to lose some of the skills acquired during the school year (the so-called ‘summer learning loss’).
On the positive side the long summer break can provide an opportunity to consolidate, strengthen children’s learning and even help them to make further progress. This e-bulletin has a focus on how you and your pupils’ parents and carers can support children in keeping their minds as well as their bodies fit and active in the summer holidays – without of course forgetting that it should also be a time to enjoy the freedoms of being young. Click here
for the full article on how you can engage pupils throughout the summer holiday break.