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Home Learning

At St Mary's we see home learning as an integral part of the children's learning experience. Home learning is used to prepare children for class work, consolidate their understanding or extend their skills. Home learning is monitored on the children 's progress sheet. The expectations are outlined below:

  • In Foundation Stage, the children are given a weekly maths challenge, phonics practice and they are expected to read regularly. 
  • In Key Stage One, the children are given weekly literacy and maths to complete. It is expected that they will read regularly and that their reading record is signed at least once a week. Spellings are given weekly for children to practice at home. Optional topic homework is sent half termly for the children to select from. 
  • In Key Stage Two, the children are given weekly literacy and maths to complete. It is expected that they will read regularly and that their reading record is signed at least once a week. The children have a spelling log book to review and practice spellings at home. Times tables practice is also encouraged. Optional topic homework is sent half termly / termly for the children to select from. 

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