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How you can help your child

HOMEWORK

Your child will bring home work each week which may include reading, spellings, writing, maths and topic work. Your interest in this will increase their motivation and satisfaction. It should not take a great deal of time and it is important that you see the work is completed and returned to school. If you have any concerns about your child's progress or learning, you should speak to your child's teacher in the first instance.

 

Although homework can be completed by children independently, we suggest parents and carers are actively involved in supporting their children’s homework as this will make it most meaningful.

I Spread the homework over several days rather than trying to complete it in one long session

I Make sure your child has a quiet place to work with no distractions

I Talk through the activity with your child before they start

I Encourage and praise them when they have completed the activities

I Listen to them as they read and show you what they have done

I Help test their spellings and check that they remember the meanings of the words

I Help them to learn their times tables and to increase their speed

I Visit the library and get books out on topics they may be studying in science, history and

  other subjects

I Extend the activities where appropriate

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