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Homework

Homework can be a useful way of practising what has been learned at school and deepening understanding of the topics covered.  We understand that families’ individual circumstances mean that some prefer lots of homework while others prefer very little. 

 

There are two aspects to homework: tasks that are compulsory and tasks that are optional.  The details for each year group are below.

 

Year 3

Homework is issued each Friday and due the following Friday.

 

Please bring homework books to school every Monday and Reading records every day.

Year 4 

Homework is issued each Monday and due the following Monday.

 

Please bring homework books to school every Monday and Reading records every day.

Year 5

Homework is issued each Friday and due the following Friday.

 

Please bring homework books to school every Monday and Reading records every day.

Year 6

Homework is set each Friday and due in the following Friday.

 

Please ensure homework books are in school every Friday and reading records every day.

Compulsory homework

Spellings – tested on Fridays

Times tables – tested daily

Reading – read for 20 minutes daily

Spellings – tested on Mondays

Times tables – tested daily

Reading read for 20 minutes daily

Spelling – tested on Fridays

Times tables Rockstars – daily

Reading – read for 30 minutes daily

Spellingtested on Fridays

Maths - MyMaths online maths homework

Reading – read for 30 minutes daily

Optional homework

Sentence homework (a different prompt each week,is published on our website).

 

MyMaths online maths homework.

 

All children have a login for Timestables Rockstars which they can use at home.

 

Children can also access LanguageNut from home to practise French.

 

Knowledge organisers for history are on our website which can be used to prompt additional reading and research. 

 

In the Children section of our website, there are videos about how to study at home. 

In addition to the optional homework listed on the left, children also have access to www.ReadTheory.org to develop their reading comprehension.

Writing practice

Writing practice 1
Writing practice 2

Practise writing the different sentence types.

 

There are examples of the sentence types above and in the schedule document below, there is a writing prompt for each week.

 

For a further challenge, try writing a descriptive paragraph using the this week's image and a range of different sentence types that work best for what you're writing about.

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