Children will be expected to complete their home learning each week. Home learning consists of:
- Daily reading for at least 15 minutes. You can read to anyone in your household including your pet as long as it has been signed by an adult to acknowledge you have read.
Reading must be recorded in the reading record. Children will be responsible for handing in and collecting their reading record each day in the reading box so that it can be checked. The children independently change their books in the library. There is also a sticker with a focused book for them to read on Oxford Owls, each week.
- Daily spelling practise at home. The spellings will be tested on Wednesday and children will write their results in their reading records to share their results with you. You can access the term’s spellings and dates that they will be tested on Teams.
- Numbots or TT Rockstars for 10 mins each day. Practising number bonds or addition and subtraction on Numbots. On TTRS the 2, 5, 10 and 3 times tables. You can do this by logging on to your Numbots and TT Rockstars account. Your usernames and passwords have been stuck at the front of your reading record books.
A homework project will be set at the beginning of each half term which all children must complete. Children may select one of the activities from the suggested list given to complete for their project. Homework projects will be brought into school, to be celebrated, during the penultimate week of each term so that children can show and tell what they have created and learnt in the final week.
You can look at these home learning ideas on Teams, as well as below.
Check out the home learning projects on the relevant terms page.