Bella Learning’s aim is simple: we want every child to love learning and thrive in primary school and beyond. We believe that by empowering parents, we can empower pupils and that this can be achieved by creating a strong connection between what is happening in schools and what is happening at home. As well as offering learning consultations, curriculum workshops and tuition, we serve to support, inform and provide resources for families in England. Take a look at what we offer… and subscribe to our newsletter to keep up to date with primary school information for parents!
What We Do…
A unique way to help your child’s learning through accurate assessment, advice and personalised resources.
These seminars give parents the subject knowledge and skills to confidently support their children at home.
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Annabel. Just to let you know M was really enthused after you left and said you make learning fun and he has learnt lots of new things. Is so lovely to see him enjoy the sessions with you. Thanks.
Such a useful workshop. Absolutely no idea how I would have started to understand/support my daughter’s phonics work without attending.
I really enjoyed the all four workshops and found them very useful. I’ve recommended them to all my NCT friends!
After a consultation, her confidence has grown massively and she is now saying that maths is her favourite subject.
Annabel is professional, friendly and most importantly my daughter enjoys her sessions with her, due in no small part to her warm demeanour and fun approach to learning.
Since 2005, every child in state education has been taught to decode words through the teaching of phonics, starting in Reception and culminating in a (rather obscure) statutory 'screening check' at the end of Year One. In short, children in England are taught the 44...read more
We live in a testing culture. Before they reach secondary school, state school pupils in England will have undertaken the following assessments: AGE 5/6 - Year 1 phonics screening check AGE 6/7 - Year 2 SATS in Maths, Reading and Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling...read more
More than any other subject, maths can induce real anxiety in adults and children alike. 'I hate maths' is heard much more often that 'I hate English', and given that pupils spend at least an hour a day studying the subject from the ages of 4-16, making sure they...read more