Set a routine

In order to help your child concentrate at school, it is important to set a clear routine.

Child respond well to routine and it helps them with their learning.  The daily routine needs to be reinforced so talking to them is helpful.

Having a timetable on the fridge or somewhere in the home is helpful.  It supports your child in knowing what is ahead but can also be used as a tool to reflect upon what they have done during the day.

Routines are also important for completing homework, reading and learning spellings.  By setting aside a time during the evening or at a weekend, your child will quickly develop an understanding.