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Home Learning


Enjoy sharing your children’s learning with them - every little helps.

Homework is set at the start of each half term using Google Classroom and should be returned before the last week of the half term. In addition to this the children are also set weekly maths homework on Google Classroom. 

We endeavour to ensure that homework consolidates key skills that are learnt in school as well as being fun and engaging for both parents and children alike!


Homework through the School

  • In Reception, children read and practise sounds and words for homework.
  • For children in Years 1 and 2, the main purpose of homework is to develop a partnership with parents, actively involving you in your child’s learning. We endeavour to make homework as fun as possible so that a range of  open ended practical and written activities are provided rather than worksheets. 

Parents are encouraged to:

  • Provide a peaceful place for doing homework
  • Make it clear that homework helps children to make progress
  • Expect deadlines to be met
  • Give praise for completion of homework
  • Ensure homework is done over several weeks rather than all in one go. This ultimately improves enjoyment and ensures children sustain levels of engagement across the term.  

Times Tables

All children from Year 1 upwards should practise tables for 5 minutes every day please. Aim to know all tables up to x12 for the two, five and ten times tables. 


Throughout the day children will read for a variety of purposes. They will be taught specific reading skills with the teacher and the teacher will also read a variety of quality stories to the children. To support this, we recommend that all children read for at least 15 minutes a day before or after school. School or home books are suitable. Please sign your child’s Reading Record book each time they read.

Reading records are checked weekly and Dojos are given as awards and incentives. 

Please ensure that you discuss what has been read with your child by asking a range of comprehension questions. See the link to 'Reading Vipers' which can be found on the 'Useful information to support learning' tab.  This document will give you invaluable information about the kind of comprehension questions that you should be asking your child whilst reading.


Children in year two will work on spellings taken from the year two spelling curriculum. They will be taught to spell words that have the linked sound for the week as well as words from the year two common exception word list.

Science and Foundation Subjects

Some homework might be set in other subjects as part of the half terms Homework Passport. 

Educational Games:

Links - please click to open

  • Bitesize - Can you call it 'BBC Bitesize - fun activites and games. Have fun and learn at home.'