Sarum St Paul's CofE (VA) Primary School

Westminster Road, Salisbury, Wiltshire, SP2 7DG

01722 336459

Supporting Children at Home


In our EYFS environment we use an online journal called Tapestry. Tapestry is an 'easy-to-use online learning journal that helps educators and parents record, track and celebrate children's progress in early years education.'

For more information click on the following link: 

Following the success of Tapestry and feedback from a recent parent/carer questionnaire, we have launched a similar journal, Seesaw, to the rest of the school. 

"It would be great for ‘tapestry’ to continue into Year 1 when my child moves up from Reception" - KS1 parent.

"For my child in Reception I have found the Tapestry online journal fantastic!" - KS1 parent.

"I would definitely support the idea for my eldest too. I find it a great way to be involved in their learning. Tapestry is really good and should be used in all year groups. It’s so nice to see what they have been doing in photos and get homework tasks online" KS1/KS2 parent.

"I’d love for tapestry or a similar app to be present to continue throughout the years. It’s a great, discreet means of contact between school and parent. I’d be upset to see such a successful thing not continue until their older years" - Year R parent. 


In Years 1-6 we use Seesaw, a student driven digital portfolio. Seesaw empowers students to independently document their learning and provides parents/carers a window into their child's classroom and learning.

For more information click on the following link: 




Our recommended reading list can be found here... how many books can your child read in a year?


Click on the link below to read about how you can support your child at home in phonics -

Phonics leaflet


Websites for English 


Please click on the class link below for numeracy calculation methods, what you should expect your child to be doing-








Maths at home

We have put together some useful resources to help you to support your child with maths at home. There are many fun and exciting online maths games that your child can play to help further support their learning. You will find games that link to place value and counting, calculation, shape and space, statistics, measurement and fractions, decimals and percentages.

Websites for maths

Interactive learning:

Maths games online

Times tables games:

Useful apps for tablets

 Rock Stars: 

As a school we subscribe to Times Tables Rock Stars! Please speak to your child's class teacher for a login and password.