Expected Homework

REC

Reading Books. Word Books (High frequency and tricky words).

Year 1

Reading books twice weekly (Tuesday and Friday)
Spellings after October half term sent home weekly on a Friday. (5 words per week)

Year 2

Numeracy on a Friday at the end of a unit of work.
Reading every night 10 minutes.
Spellings every week.

Year 3

Friday: Spellings (Look, Cover, Write, Check sheet to be done each day).
Numeracy or topic to be returned by Friday. Times tables to be learnt for test the following Friday.
Children are expected to read every night and to be heard by a parent at least 3 times a week.

Year 4

Monday: Alternate maths/literacy to be returned following Monday.
Friday: Spellings to be learnt for the following week.
Children are expected to read every night and to be heard by a parent at least 3 times a week. They should also be practising times tables regularly.

Year 5S

Friday: Spellings (to learn for test the following week).
Friday: Maths for Mr Sargeant’s group, to be returned by Tuesday. Literacy as and when required.
Topic, generally for return the following Friday, though this may vary if the homework is in preparation for a specific lesson.
Children are expected to read every night and to be heard by a parent regularly.

Year 5W

Friday: Spellings (to learn for test the following week).
Friday: Maths for Mrs Wilson’s group, may often be learning of times tables or other key facts.
Topic, generally for return the following Monday, although more time may be given if it is a research task.
Literacy homework will be given as appropriate – this will usually be a ‘thinking’ task.
Children are expected to read every night and to be heard by a parent regularly.

Year 6

Once a week: A Science or Topic is set most weeks, to be returned for the following week’s lesson.
Monday: Maths or Literacy task (to be returned the following Monday).
Children will be given a 5 minute task for Literacy and Maths most evenings.
Children are expected to read every night and to be heard reading by a parent regularly.