Homework

Homework has a key role to play in all pupils education. The school follows the government’s recommendations:

Year groups

Time

Type

Year 1 and 2

1 hour per week

Reading, Spelling, other Literacy work and Numeracy (number) work.

Year 3 and 4

1.5 hours per week

Literacy and Numeracy, with occasional assignments in other subjects.

Year 5 and 6

30 minutes per day

Regular weekly schedule with continued emphasis on Literacy and Numeracy, but also ranging widely over the curriculum.

The recommendations and allocated homework, as seen in the schools homework policy ensures progression and continuity throughout the school and builds on the curriculum taught.

Homework is also viewed as a means of building on links with parents and encouraging working together. Parents are expected to sign children’s homework, and a Parent Child Homework Club is held at schools on Fridays.
The recommendations and allocated homework, as seen in the schools homework policy ensures progression and continuity throughout the school and builds on the curriculum taught.
Homework is also viewed as a means of building on links with parents and encouraging working together. Parents are expected to sign children’s homework, and a Parent Child Homework Club is held at schools on Fridays.
Homework helps in enabling children to reach their full potential.

School Homework Policy

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