Homework

The purpose of Homework is to consolidate, re-enforce and extend the skills and knowledge taught in School. Homework also encourages self-confidence and self-discipline, preparing children for secondary school.
 
Key Stage 1:
Children should be reading every day, learning Key Words and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week.
 
Key Stage 2 – Years 3 & 4:
Children should be reading every day and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week. In addition, occasional assignments in other National Curriculum subjects will be set.
 
Key Stage 2 – Years 5 & 6:
Children should be reading every day and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week. In addition assignments in other National Curriculum subjects will be set regularly, as well as specific work towards supporting Key Stage 2 SATs.
 
Where necessary, homework will be adapted to suit the needs of each individual child.

 

The purpose of Homework is to consolidate, re-enforce and extend the skills and knowledge taught in School. Homework also encourages self-confidence and self-discipline, preparing children for secondary school.
 
Key Stage 1:
Children should be reading every day, learning Key Words and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week.
 
Key Stage 2 – Years 3 & 4:
Children should be reading every day and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week. In addition, occasional assignments in other National Curriculum subjects will be set.
 
Key Stage 2 – Years 5 & 6:
Children should be reading every day and undertaking other Literacy and Numeracy work during the week. In addition assignments in other National Curriculum subjects will be set regularly, as well as specific work towards supporting Key Stage 2 SATs.
 
Where necessary, homework will be adapted to suit the needs of each individual child.