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Skylark Class (EYFS)

EYFS children take their reading books home daily along with their reading record. We encourage parents to hear them read daily and record this in their reading record. Phonics are also sent home in line with their learning in school.

Skylark Class (Year 1 and 2)

Homework is set every Monday and is communicated to pupils through Seesaw.

Children should be practising reading regularly and should be reading to an adult daily at home which should be recorded in their reading record.

Spellings are based on high frequency words and phonics.

Maths aligned to the learning in class and is set weekly through Mathletics.

Kestrel Class (Year 3 and 4)

Homework is set every Monday and is communicated to pupils through Office 365.

Pupils should be reading aloud daily to an adult which should be recorded in their reading record and signed by an adult. Children should be reading a range of different texts, including non-fiction.

Spellings are based on the Year 3/4 spelling list, as well as letter strings and spelling rules.

Maths homework is aligned to the topics being learnt in class and is set either through Mathletics. SPAG is set as appropriate either as an exercise to complete or as an online test on SPAG.com.

Owl Class (Year 5 and 6)

Homework is set every Monday and is communicated to pupils through Office 365.

Pupils should be reading a wide range of texts daily which they should be recording in their reading record and signed by an adult. At least twice a week, this should be reading aloud to an adult.

Spellings are based on the Year 5/6 spelling list, as well as letter strings and spelling rules.

Maths homework is aligned to the topics being learnt in class and set through Mathletics. SPAG is set as appropriate either as an exercise to complete or as an online test on SPAG.com.

A creative homework may be set for all year groups linked to the current learning in foundation subjects. This homework may be set to last several weeks and encourages children to produce high-quality work.