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
Hello wonderful Year 1,
We hope you have enjoyed your Easter break and are ready for some new learning and exciting topics.
Week commencing 20/4/20:
Reading- We hope you are keeping up your daily reading. Oxford Owl have lots of e-books covering all levels. See link below to explore the books:
Monday : Lesson 1- Make doubles
Tuesday: Lesson 2- Make equal groups grouping
Wednesday: Lesson 3 Make equal groups, sharing
Support for teaching multiplication:
Termly project with historical focus of toys:
We will continue posting the homework here and via myhomework during our first week back.
Miss Kelly and Miss Stagg.
Year 2 Homework
Year 3 Homework
All homework is now only accessed through your class’ Google Classroom. Thank you to those children and parents who are using it to submit work.
Mr Braune and Mr Holt will be making their class stream open for the children to comment, discuss work and keep in touch every week day.
For general enquires, please contact the school office in the usual way.
Year 4 Homework
Dear Year 4,
Here’s a reminder of your Easter project, due in by Friday May 1st.
Mr Yeomans and Mr Ronchetti will continue to monitor the LGfL MyHomework page until Friday May 1st for project submissions and any outstanding work from last week.
All other homework is now only accessed through your class’ Google Classroom. If you are having problems logging in, please contact the school office.
All the best ,
Mr Ronchetti and Mr Yeomans
Year 5 Homework
Film Club – Lockdown Edition instructions and disclaimer
For Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 13th April, click here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 20th April are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 27th April are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 4th May are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 11th May are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 18th May are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 1st June are here.
Film Club – Lockdown Edition films for the week beginning 8th June are here.
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.
Year 6 Homework
Dear Year 6,
We are really looking forward to beginning a new and more efficient way of learning next week, using Google Classroom. We will continue to post work on here until Thursday 30th April, in order to give everyone time to get used to a new system and solve any potential problems. It is important that if you have any issues with accessing the system, that you contact the office to let us know.
All our best and we hope you have a very happy weekend,
Miss Orson and Mr Whiting