Home learning is a great way of getting involved in your child’s school work.
We love working with parents and carers to make sure our pupils are getting the best learning experience.
Every half term, each class will have at least one home learning project. Each class has slightly different homework and this may vary during the year as a focus changes from timetables, to reading, to phonics etc.
Sometimes this involves completing something every week or over a few weeks – some are research-based, some link to a class assembly, some are art or craft projects. However big or small they are, they all show the children’s own ideas and reflections on a topic.
You can always ask the office for packs such as flashcards and timetables sets. Also, don’t forget Sumdog and TT Rockstars.
Home Learning Resources
As part of our remote home learning, we’ll set activities and tasks on Tapestry (Early Years) or Google Classroom (Years 1 to 6).
Children are able to access tasks, share their learning and get feedback from their class teacher. If you need support with remote learning please contact the school office.
Google Classroom is where you can find online work for your child. How to access Google Classroom
Education City – educationcity.com/
TT Rockstars – play.ttrockstars.com/auth/school/student/7002
Sumdog – sumdog.com/user/sign_in