KRS Secondary

  • Alternative Provision,
  • Y10 / 11 Catchup
  • Tutoring in school
  • Outreach Student Support

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KRS Primary

  • Alternative Provsion
  • Outreach Student Support
  • Mentor Programme
  • Staff CPD - PE Delivery

KRS Wellbeing

Mental Health Support, Vulnerable children, Teenagers & Adults, Therapies include, Art - Play - Lego and Sport Therapy. Weight Management Programme Pound for Pound. Private Access to a Mental Health Practicioner

KRS Sports

Boxing Classes, Children & Teenagers. Strength & Conditioning Weight Training Teenagers.

KRS Events

May Half Term Camp
Stride and Thrive SEND Activities
Art Therapy Sessions

KRS Workshops

CPD - Workshops Coming Soon
CPD - Online Courses coming Soon

Back to School – Tips to successful return to school

The end of summer break signals a return to the familiar routines of the school year. After six weeks of leisure and freedom, getting back into the swing of things can be a challenging transition for both students and parents. However, with some preparation and a positive mindset, you can ensure a successful return to school and set the tone for a productive academic year.

1. Re-establish a Routine:

One of the most important steps in preparing for the return to school is gradually reintroducing a structured daily routine. Start a week or so before school begins by setting regular bedtime and wake-up times. This will help students adjust to the early mornings and ensure they get enough rest to stay focused in class.

2. Review and Refresh:

Before the first day of school, it’s a good idea to review and refresh your child’s knowledge from the previous year. Spend some time each day revisiting key concepts, reading, or practicing math problems. This will help your child feel more confident when they step into the classroom, knowing that they are well-prepared.

3. Organise Supplies:

Take inventory of school supplies and make a shopping list of what your child needs. Having everything organized and ready to go will reduce stress on the first day. Ensure they have backpacks, notebooks, pens, pencils, and any other materials required for their classes.

4. Set Goals and Expectations:

Sit down with your child and discuss their goals and expectations for the upcoming school year. Encourage them to set achievable goals, whether it’s improving grades, participating in extracurricular activities, or making new friends. Having a clear vision of what they want to accomplish can motivate them throughout the year.

5. Positive Mindset:

Emphasize the positive aspects of returning to school, such as seeing friends, learning new things, and pursuing interests and passions. A positive attitude can make the transition smoother and more enjoyable.

6. Communicate with Teachers:

Reach out to your child’s teachers and establish open lines of communication early in the school year. Ask about the curriculum, expectations, and any concerns you may have. Building a strong partnership with teachers can help support your child’s academic success.

7. Healthy Habits:

Encourage healthy habits like balanced nutrition and regular exercise. A well-nourished body and an active lifestyle contribute to better focus and concentration in school.

8. Time Management:

Teach your child effective time management skills. Help them create a schedule that includes homework time, extracurricular activities, and leisure time. This will prevent last-minute cramming and reduce stress.

9. Address Anxiety:

It’s common for students to feel some anxiety about returning to school. Listen to your child’s concerns and offer reassurance and support. If the anxiety persists, consider seeking guidance from a counselor or mental health professional.

10. Be Involved:

Stay involved in your child’s education throughout the school year. Attend parent-teacher conferences, engage in school events, and stay informed about their progress. Your active participation demonstrates the importance of education and sets a positive example.

The return to school after a long summer break can be a smooth and successful process with the right preparations and mindset. By establishing routines, setting goals, and fostering a positive attitude, you can help your child thrive academically and make the most of their school year. Remember, a supportive and involved parent plays a crucial role in a child’s educational journey.

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