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Home Learning

Home Learning helps to develop a partnership between parents and school and actively involves them in their child’s learning.

We encourage parents to read daily with their children and to support their children with any spelling or phonic activities that are sent home.

Occasionally teachers may ask children to do another practical task to support their learning in the classroom. Activities could include:

  • Practising current learning from the classroom
  • Gathering resources for a display linked to a topic
  • Finding out information at the beginning of a unit of work

Home Learning Journal

Each child has a Home Learning Journal which is used for recording home learning tasks in. The home learning consists of one task for the week and covers different areas of learning.  The task is very open allowing children and parents to be creative in their response to the activity.

Curriculum Letters

A termly letter is sent home outlining the curriculum for the term in a year group.

This letter includes a column that suggests different activities for parents to do with children to support learning across the whole curriculum. They are available to download on our Learning page.