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Pupils of all ages will receive homework. This will range in frequency and subject depending on the age of the child.

The importance of homework is to link the idea that learning takes place at home and at school. 

While homework is checked, not all homework is marked in as much detail as school work is. This isn’t intended to devalue homework, but instead represents the differing support given in year groups and please remember the process and routine of doing homework is as important as the ‘task’ itself.

Children in all year groups should be supported with their timetables, reading and weekly spellings, and below we have given a guide to what to expect in other year groups:

Reception: Ongoing phonics letters and numeral formation activities, leading to word cards.

Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2: 1 piece of English and maths homework that will match the unit being taught. Over certain holidays there will be a science/topic project which should be completed with growing independence.