Every child may choose to present their work differently, but the task is the same.
No two children work in the same way and this method of homework will allow each child to express their thoughts and ideas in their own way.
Each activity has a points value: the values relate to the complexity of the task.
Over the course of the term your child must complete a minimum of 10 activities from the grid.
Each term or half term, during the first week, your child will be given a homework grid.
The grid contains activities linked to all areas of learning (English, Maths, History, Geography, Science, Art etc).The children choose 1 project from each row over the half term and present it an anyway they like.it has been a great success with both children and parents!You should be reading each night and completing your Maths worksheet.Remember to also take part in some activities on the grids posted.Maths This term we will be looking at counting, number bonds to 20, addition and subtraction, partitioning as well as calculating, measuring, shape and problem solving. Any board game that they play will teach them counting on skills as well as sharing, friendship and turn taking. Numbers are everywhere so try to get your child to recognise them and get them to count on and back from random numbers.English This year we will be focusing on the Power of reading.Please ensure your child has their reading book in school every day P. Homework can now also be emailed to [email protected] will also need to practise their common exception words which have been put into the front of homework books.If you have any problems do not hesitate to ask for help. We believe it can consolidate and enrich the learning that takes place in school and, in addition, provide a window for parents and carers to be a part of their child’s educational experience and development.