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See the links below to access the supporting documentation and refer to the Curriculum page for guidance on age related expectations.

Below is an outline of the home learning required to be completed each week. Your class teacher will give your child a book to record this in and guidance on how to do so. They will check and sign home learning weekly and your child will have weekly tests to assess their progress.  In addition to the guidance below, your child will receive ideas on how to support their topic learning within your written reports. Please help us celebrate their learning by encouraging them to bring in their contributions for them to share with the class.

 

Year 3

  1. Reading at home a minimum of three times a week
  2. Spellings to be practiced at home, as directed in vocabulary record book. These will be tested in school weekly.
  3. GPS worksheet to be completed weekly.
  4. Maths KIRF sheets, as directed by class teachers. These will be tested in school weekly.
  5. Weekly rehearsal of multiplication facts. These will be tested in school weekly.
  6. A minimum of 30 minutes a week on ‘Maths Whizz’ home learning package
  7. Half termly PSHE tasks, linking with the theme of the half term (refer to the curriculum overview for information)
  8. Topic based tasks, as outlined on school reports. Topics should motivate your children and we hope they choose to contribute. Refer to reports for details and when the projects should be submitted.

Year 4

  1. Reading at home a minimum of three times a week
  2. Spellings to be practiced at home, as directed in vocabulary record book. These will be tested in school weekly.
  3. GPS worksheet to be completed weekly.
  4. Maths KIRF sheets, as directed by class teachers. These will be tested in school weekly.
  5. Weekly rehearsal of multiplication facts. These will be tested in school weekly.
  6. A minimum of 45 minutes a week on ‘Maths Whizz’ home learning package
  7. Half termly PSHE tasks, linking with the theme of the half term (refer to the curriculum overview for information)
  8. Topic based tasks, as outlined on school reports. Topics should motivate your children and we hope they choose to contribute. Refer to reports for details and when the projects should be submitted.

Year 5

  1. Reading at home a minimum of three times a week
  2. Spellings to be practiced at home, as directed in home learning books. These will be tested in school weekly.
  3. GPS worksheet to be completed weekly.
  4. Maths KIRF sheets, as directed by class teachers. These will be tested in school weekly.
  5. Weekly rehearsal of multiplication facts. These will be tested in school weekly.
  6. A minimum of 60 minutes a week on ‘Maths Whizz’ home learning package
  7. Half termly PSHE tasks, linking with the theme of the half term (refer to the curriculum overview for information)
  8. Topic based tasks, as outlined on school reports. Topics should motivate your children and we hope they choose to contribute. Refer to reports for details and when the projects should be submitted.

Year 6

  1. Reading at home a minimum of three times a week
  2. Spellings to be practiced at home, as directed in home learning books
  3. GPS worksheet to be completed weekly.
  4. 1-2 SATS style questions to be completed in Reading, GPS and Maths each week.
  5. Maths KIRF sheets, as directed by class teachers. These will be tested in school weekly.
  6. A minimum of 60 minutes a week on ‘Maths Whizz’ home learning package
  7. Half termly PSHE tasks, linking with the theme of the half term (refer to the curriculum overview for information)
  8. Topic based tasks, as outlined on school reports. Topics should motivate your children and we hope they choose to contribute. Refer to reports for details and when the projects should be submitted.
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