Here are some ideas for Home Learning
Please take a few minutes to browse through this selection and follow the links:
- Victoria and Albert Museum
- Imperial War Museum
- Natural History Museum
- The British Museum
- Horniman Museum
- Science Museum
Reading with your children
Quality children’s literature at the heart of all learning. The Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE) is an independent UK charity with a global reputation for quality research into literacy and teaching. The Core Book List that they produce is now an online resource. This list is a comprehensive selection of high quality texts for children from ages three to eleven. Using the easy search function or ready-created booklists teachers, schools and parents can view titles by age range, collection, author or publisher and can even create personalised wishlists of books.
Click here to register for free and browse for brilliant books today.
Parents are asked to read, discuss with their child and sign a Home/School Agreement which establishes a partnership between the school and parents. The agreement sets out expectations and responsibilities regarding attendance, behaviour, communication and home-learning. We ask parents to take an interest in what their child is doing at school.
Homework provides parents with an ideal opportunity to get involved with their child’s progress. Teachers will sometimes set homework designed to reinforce or extend what is learnt at school.
Children may be asked to practise word recognition, learn spellings or number bonds, or research a class topic. All children should bring books home to read. If books are not brought home regularly, please speak to the Class Teacher.
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