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Learning is best facilitated where there is a partnership between parents and school and where children are involved in relevant first hand experiences. In this context we actively encourage all children to read at home and ask parents to share this experience with their children especially in the first three/four years at school. Further details on how you can best help your child are available from school.

We set homework for pupils in line with our homework policy, a copy of which is available in school. In the early years, this consists mainly of reading, sharing books and maths activities, with a gradual increase as children get older.

In years 5/6 the children will be offered more frequent activities designed to help them practice the personal time organisation skills they will require when meeting the requirements of secondary homework.

Out of school activities and membership of youth organizations, for example swimming clubs, Brownies, church activities and family life are valued by the school as part of the children's development and learning. The type and frequency of our requests for children to work at home are made with these values in mind.

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