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What is homework?
At Wilsden Primary, we view homework as being a supported or independent task which is undertaken outside of curriculum time and which reinforces, extends or enriches current learning.
Why is it set?
The purpose of homework at Wilsden is:
How can you help?
How can we help?
Is homework compulsory?
The government recommends that children in key stage 1 do 10 minutes of homework a night; this stretches to 30 minutes a night for children in years 5 and 6. Whilst homework is not compulsory, it is strongly recommended that our following expectations are a model we all support. By supporting Wilsden Primary School’s homework policy, we are ensuring that, through completing regular homework tasks, we are reinforcing key skills which will help children to move successfully towards completing their end of year targets. Additionally, it will also prepare children for their transition to upper school at the end of key stage 2. It promotes a sense of self discipline in using appropriate learning behaviours throughout school life.
What if I have any questions?
If your child has a problem completing the homework or you have any questions, please call in and see the class teacher or write a notice in your child’s home-school diary. Your support in the homework process is vital for children’s success in developing self-study skills as they move on up through the school.
Year 1 Homework - Spring
Year 2 Homework - Spring
Year 3 Homework - Spring
Year 4 Homework - Spring
Year 5 Homework - Spring
Year 6 Homework - Spring
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