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Learning at Home 

We are always looking for the best way to support the children’s learning and our Homework Policy was developed by the teaching staff considering the types of homework that make the most difference to the children’s learning. Clearly it is important that the homework that is set should support what the children are learning in school.


Each phase (Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2 and Upper Key Stage 2) sets ‘project type’ homework which is very closely linked with tasks undertaken in the classroom. The homework set may be practical, written, research and include topic, numeracy and/or literacy. It may be set in one go or each part may be given over several weeks. Each task has a set finishing date and a clear explanation of what is expected with similar success criteria to those we use in school. If your child is in Y6 there may be some additional work specifically linked to the KS2 SATs.


We know from the parent questionnaire completed last year that many parents have very differing opinions about homework from those who prefer nothing to be sent home to those who like very set tasks each week and everything in between. We have therefore developed  ‘Supporting Your Child at Home’  pages to go alongside the homework your child receives from their class teachers.


The following pages provide activities and support for parents who wish to, to use with their children.


Spelling: Spellings term by term to support the spelling programme we use in school.

Times Tables: Ideas to support your children learning this important skill

Numeracy: Ideas and information about what you can do to support your children in Maths

KS2 SATs: Information about KS2 SATs including sample papers and the powerpoint from the KS2 SATs presentation to parents.












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