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One of the most important things you can do at home to support your child’s progress, regard-less of their age, is to hear them read and enjoy sharing a book together each day.

This daily practice of reading and genuine interest in reading shown by a parent really does build on the reading progress children make in school and sets them up for life.

We encourage parents to play games and support practise of other key skills of mental maths skills – such as times tables practice appropriate to their age – and spellings which are set on a weekly basis.

Homework is set by class teachers for children on a weekly basis. It is appropriate for the age of the children in each class and offers a chance to practise skills a little that children have learnt in the classroom environment. We thank parents for their support in this important area. For more information, please see our Homework policy and please contact class teachers if you have any queries.