#MovingOnUp from HeadStart Wolverhampton
(Featured resource)#MovingOnUp was / is a campaign from HeadStart Wolverhampton to support young people moving from primary to secondary school. This page contains resources, videos and links for young people and parents and families.
Starting Secondary: Moving to Year 7 tips from a teacher
A helpful set of tips for parents on how to support their Year 6 child in the move up to Year 7. with tips on organisation and speaking to your child.
Moving on to secondary school for young people with learning disabilities or special educational needs
The move from primary to secondary education can be stressful for any young person. It can be especially difficult for people with learning disabilities or people with special educational needs (SEN). This page contains a series of guides for pupils, parents and teachers on supporting young people with special educational needs in making a successful transition.
Starting Secondary School – Advice for parents
Starting secondary school is a significant milestone in a child’s life. It marks a passage into adolescence and brings about several significant changes. They will go from being the oldest in school to being the youngest, having to find their way around a large new school with different teachers for different subjects.
Starting secondary school – practical advice to support your child
Finishing primary school and moving up to secondary school is a major milestone, for children and for parents. The Oxford Owl blog is at hand with a series of posts, covering issues such as getting to school safely, making friends and dealing with homework.