We believe that children learn best when parents, the school and children work together in partnership and where a love of learning is fostered.
We also recognise and encourage children to take part in a range of after school activities and explore their own interests.

Since March 2020, home learning and homework has taken on a whole new meaning and we have adapted our approaches to meet this changing situation. We have invested in new technologies and platforms to enable children to access direct new learning, retrieval and fluency task. Please take a look at our home learning page for more information.

If you have any questions or would like information or help in supporting you child’s learning at home, please get in touch.

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The following information is no longer current but is here for information only.

Each theme the children learn about has a homework sheet to go alongside this. We encourage children to look through this with their parents and complete some or all of the activities which typically cover maths, English, arts and craft, history and geography and other research based learning opportunities.

Children who wish to take their learning further can also complete one of the Pupil Expert projects.

You can download the homework sheets here: HOMEWORK ACTIVITY SHEETS

The homework policy can be downloaded below:

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