At Laycock Primary, we believe Home Learning allows for regular practice and revision of basic skills understanding in numeracy, literacy and other curriculum areas, helps raise achievement and provides opportunities for parents and children to work together
We recognise that there needs to be a balance between family time and hope that our policy reflects a balance.
To ensure consistency across the school, all teachers follow the Home Learning Policy.
Home Learning is about making learning part of your home life. We will use home learning opportunities to find out what the children know before and after a teaching sequence. We will reward those who do their home learning. If a child is not doing their homework over time we will inform the parents/carers and support where possible.
Giving children the opportunity to talk about their learning is so important. Ask them questions. (What, Why, When, Which and How) and challenge them to explain.
Foundation Stage (Nursery and Reception classes)
Talk to your child about books. Picture books allow for some wonderful talk.
Count with your child at every opportunity.
Help children to recognise numbers, letters and words in the world.
Complete the Phonics Sheets this is an important part of our Phonics Scheme.
Throughout the year there are mini-projects taking place in class.
Complete Home Learning Journey and look out for the newsletters informing parents about their child’s learning weekly.
Year 1 – 6
A half termly project that will be celebrated
Practising times tables (speed test)
Daily reading (independently or to another person)
Learn weekly spellings (National Curriculum Spellings)
Lexia (for children in the program) Laycock Homework Policy