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Welcome to the World of Knowledge Organisers at the Telford Priory School!

We are delighted to introduce you to an invaluable resource that promises to enhance your child's learning journey—Knowledge Organisers. At the Telford Priory School, we understand the crucial role parents play in supporting their children's education, and we are thrilled to share this powerful tool that fosters collaboration between home and school.

What are Knowledge Organisers?

Knowledge Organisers are comprehensive documents that outline the key knowledge and concepts your child will be learning throughout the academic year. These user-friendly resources serve as a roadmap, providing a clear overview of the topics, vocabulary, and essential information covered in each subject.

How Can Knowledge Organisers Benefit You and Your Child?

  1. Transparency in Learning

 Knowledge Organisers offer you a transparent view of what your child is studying in school. This insight allows you to engage in meaningful conversations about their learning experiences and provide targeted support.

  1. Homework and Revision Support

With all the essential information in one place, Knowledge Organisers are an invaluable tool for homework assignments and exam preparation. Students can use them as a reference, reinforcing their understanding of key concepts.

  1. Communication Between Home and School

 Knowledge Organisers facilitate effective communication between teachers and parents. By having access to the same information, you can better understand the curriculum and actively participate in your child's educational journey.

  1. Encouraging Curiosity

The comprehensive nature of Knowledge Organisers sparks curiosity and encourages further exploration. You can use these resources as a starting point for discussions, projects, and activities that deepen your child's understanding of the world around them.

How to Use Knowledge Organisers

1. Explore the Knowledge Organisers provided on our school website.

2. Discuss the content with your child, asking questions to reinforce their understanding.

3. Use the Knowledge Organisers as a reference when assisting with homework or preparing for assessments.

4. Encourage your child to share their learning with you, fostering a sense of pride and accomplishment.