St Pius X Catholic Primary School

'Restore all things in Christ'

01229 828406

admin@st-piusx.cumbria.sch.uk

Schneider Road, Barrow-in-Furness, Cumbria LA14 4AA

HOMEWORK

Please find our homework timetable below.

The majority of homework set is nothing new and is used to reinforce and embed the learning that has already taken place in school. Homework is used to improve fluency and increase rapid recall of fundamental key skills. We recognise that homework is repetitive but this is to allow the children, with the support of their parents, to understand what is expected and where possible, access it independently.

All homework is set via our online learning platforms (Tapestry & Showbie), with the exception of writing from Nursery to Year 2.

 

Reading

Writing

Mathematics

Key Speaker

Religious Education (Wednesday Word)

Topic

(optional)

Nursery

Picture book to share at home (Usborne Scheme).

 

Phonics phase reading book (term before starting Reception).

Name (term before starting Reception).

Practical maths activities (term before starting Reception).

Show & Tell.

Share at home.

n/a

Reception to Year 2 (Autumn A)

Phonics phase reading book.

 

Picture book from school library for parents to read and share at home.

 

Phonics phase: sounds and high frequency words (inc. tricky words).

Phonics phase: sounds, words and high frequency words (inc. tricky words).

Big Maths: BEAT THAT!.

 

Times Tables Rock Stars.

Holiday photographs (Reception).

 

Linked to topic (Year 1 & Year 2).

Share at home.

Research/project to add to display.

Year 2 (Autumn B) to Year 6

Book banded reading book.

 

Free choice book from school library.

Common Exception Words.

Big Maths: BEAT THAT!

 

Times Tables Rock Stars.

Linked to topic.

Share at home.

Research/project to add to display.

Sent:

Daily

Wednesday

Wednesday

Last week of first half term.

Wednesday

Last week of term.

Due:

 n/a

Monday

Monday

First week back after half term.

n/a

First week of term.

 

Please note that if children in Key Stage 2 do not return their homework on time, they will be asked to attend homework club which is held at lunchtime once a week. This is to prepare pupils for the transition to secondary school.