Working For Everyone

Home Learning

Homework

Children are set homework on Mondays which they should hand in on Fridays so they can enjoy a homework-free weekend.

EYFSYear 1Year 2Year 3Year 4Year 5Year 6
5-10 minutes per night5-10 minutes per night10-20 minutes per night10-20
minutes per night

10 mins reading, spelling, times tables + 10 mins directed activity
15-20
minutes per night

10-15 mins reading, spelling, times tables + 10-15 mins directed activity
20-35
minutes per night

15 mins reading, spellings + 20 mins directed activity
25-40
minutes per night

20 mins reading, spelling + 20 mins directed activity + SATs revision as required

Langnut

Ask Mrs Harris for your login to access this site. You can play games and practise your Spanish or French, or in fact any other language you're interested in!

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My Learning is a secure website which can only be accessed with your child's log in details. Your child's class teacher will be able to help if your child has forgotten.

It contains useful web links to help with schoolwork and it is a safe environment for children to message each other.

active learn

Active Learn is a secure website which can only be accessed with your child's log in details. Your child's class teacher will give them login details at the start of the year.

Your child's teacher will allocate reading books and maths activities for your child to access at home.

Espresso coding is used to teach children computer programming enabling them to create their own games and apps.

Home School Agreement

Parents/Guardians will:

  • See that my child goes to school regularly, on time and properly equipped;
  • Dress my child in the correct school uniform;
  • Let the school know about any concerns or problems that might affect my child’s work or behaviour;
  • Support the school’s policies and guidelines for behaviour;
  • Support my child in homework and other opportunities for home learning;
  • Attend Parent’s Evening and discussions about my child’s progress;
  • Get to know about my child’s life at the school;
  • Park with consideration for the safety of others away from the entrances or illegally outside the school;
  • Ensure that my child participates fully in the school curriculum.
  • Keep up to date with school activities through the school newsletter and website.
  • School will:

  • Contact parents if there is a problem with attendance, punctuality or equipment;
  • Let parents know about any concerns or problems that affect their child’s work or behaviour;
  • Send home regular assessments and an annual record of achievement;
  • Set, mark and monitor homework;
  • Arrange Parent’s Evenings during which progress will be discussed;
  • Keep parents informed about school activities through regular letters home/emails, newsletters and notices about special events;
  • Operate a no tolerance policy towards aggression against staff or pupils.