We believe every child’s future is created every day both in and out of school.
Homework is important as it gives children additional time to practice skills taught in school. It also encourages independence, organisation and time management.
The benefits of homework include:
- Providing opportunities for parents to be involved in their children’s learning.
- Enabling children to practice and consolidate skills.
- Broadening the context of learning and providing enrichment and extension.
- Giving children responsibility for their own learning, which fosters independence.
We aim to create a positive attitude towards homework and encourage a growth mind set for all children. Our children have regularly gone above and beyond our expectations. They have particularly enjoyed homework projects where they have worked with parents or carers to discover new and exciting facts.
We are always here to support you and your children. If you have any questions or need further guidance please let us know.
Please find below downloadable homework documents for Nursery through to Year 6. You can either click to open in a browser or right-click and select ‘save file as’ to download.
Year 1 Homework
Year 2 Homework
Year 3 Homework
We are aware that some of you are still having trouble seeing and submitting work on myHomework. Please make sure that you have selected ‘All’ for Subject and Status menus and save in myHomework, not in your myDrive.
To give you more time to submit the work, we have made the due dates at least one week after when the homework is set.
Friday 3rd April
Thursday 2nd April
Year 4 Homework
Dear Year 4,
We are beginning to make the switch to the myHomework page to set and view your work. You should have all received a username and log in, if not these should be with you by the end of the week. We will continue to post homework here until the end of term, but we expect submission to be via the myHomework page.
Please go through the PowerPoint and attempt the task after,
Thursday’s English/Science is a reading comprehension. See below (under the ‘Reading’ subheading ).
Here is a copy of the spellings children should know by the end of year 4. Choose 2 or 3 spelling to practice each day.
Well done to those of you keeping up with your Myon reading. We have enjoyed reading your reviews of the books you’ve read. Keep checking your Myon as new projects linked to our topics will appear there.
Additional reading challenge – see how many of these you can read while you are off. This is just for fun and not an obligation.
Science – The Water Cycle – Check Myon for your project on the water cycle.
History – Life on a viking long ship – Check Myon for your project about viking long ships.
Computing – Code your very own game. Coding time 1.4.20
For those who found this difficult here is a completed code. Copy the blocks from Mr Ronchetti’s Game and give it a go!
Science – Reading Comprehension – English Science Thursday 2nd April
Year 5 Homework
The home learning platform is now working, and everything is now being set on there. To ensure you can view all the home learning that has been set, select ‘all’ or ‘all due’ in ‘status’ on the left once you have logged in. When you have access, most submissions can be done by taking a photo of a piece of work and uploading it. When mark schemes have been included, please submit a marked piece of work.
Weekly Project 1: Lockdown Listening
For everyone’s general use, you can find the Year 5 and 6 spelling list here.
Mr Coffield and Mr Fowler have prepared a recommended reading list of classic children’s literature from Bill’s New Frock to Northern Lights. Click here.
We will continue to post resources and ideas for activities here as we come across them, and we will continue to put any weekly projects up here as well, as they may be enjoyed by many children, not just Year 5s.
Year 6 Homework
Monday 30th March – Friday 3rd April