Home Learning

We provide a variety of 'Home Learning' activities.  Engaging in 'home learning' can be of significant benefit to your child.  Not only can it boost their skills and abilities but it also is a shared time where parents and child can show their interest in their learning.  We are, however, aware that 'homework' can be a trigger for some children and be a source of added stress in the home.  Our intention with all our 'Home Learning' activities is to provide activities that you can enjoy together.  Our approach is unpressured and focuses on getting the right balance for your child.

Our Home Learning Provision

Home Learning Project

 

Each term a Learning Project is shared that links to the curriculum theme for the term.  There are different activities to choose from that you can do together.

Star Words

Star Words sheets are sent home each day.  They practice reading their words for 1 minute.

Our parent letter explains how to use the Star Word sheets.

Story Sack

Children are able to choose a story sack to enjoy at home each week.

each story sack contains a book to enjoy together and an activity/game linked to the story.

 

Maths Game

Children are able to choose a maths game from our maths library each week.  The games can be played together - practising different maths skills whilst having fun. 

 

'Get Active...at Home' booklet

Each half-term a 'Get Active...at Home' booklet is sent home.  It contains different physical activity games to play together for fun and fitness.

Our latest booklet is linked below.

'Take PE Home' bag

Each Monday a different child is chosen to take the 'PE bag' home.  this has lots of play and PE equipment for you and your child to enjoy while getting active.

 


Our 'Pupils' section of our website provides all the home learning activities for this term and there are also recommended links to websites for English, Maths and Science online activities.