EYFS

Foundation Stage

All about me’ ready for September.

Half termly suggestions for family projects, places to visit, games to play or key questions.

Reading every day at home.

Weekly handwriting practise.

Maths and literacy activities from spring term onwards.

KS1 Year 1

Half termly projects

Projects will be set in the last week of term and due in one week before the end of the next half term, ready for children to present to their teacher and classmates.

A theme for the projects along with a selection of activity ideas will be given to support children, parents and carers with planning and completing the project.

In Key Stage 2, Children will be given a selection of longer or shorter tasks, children must complete either 2 short tasks or 1 longer task.

Reading every day at home.

Weekly spellings to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly times tables to learn in preparation for a test.

Year 2

Reading every day at home.

Weekly spellings to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly times tables to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly Maths or English task (alternate weeks) intended to last about 20mins.

KS2 Year 3

Reading every day at home.

Weekly spellings to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly times tables to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly Maths or English task (alternate weeks) intended to last about 20mins. English and Maths tasks will build to weekly from Spring term onwards. 

Year 4

Reading every day at home.

Weekly spellings to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly times tables to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly Maths and English task intended to last about 20mins each.

Year 5 & 6

Reading every day at home.

Weekly spellings to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly times tables to learn in preparation for a test.

Weekly Maths and English task intended to last about 30mins each.

Fortnightly Science task intended to last about 15mins.

  • Dates for homework to be set and due in will be set by the class teacher and communicated through class newsletters and/or in children’s planners.
  • Homework will either be explained on the task sheet or written into the child’s planner.
  • Completed homework to be handed to the class teacher on dates set.
  • Teachers will mark and comment upon completed homework.
  • Completion of homework and achievement within homework will be heavily rewarded with ‘Motivator Points’.
  • A lunchtime homework club will be on offer for children that want help with homework or children that fail to complete homework.