It is always difficult to get the homework balance right for the children. We are also aware that parents have different views regarding the setting or and the amount of homework set. At FPJS, we have revised the way in which we set homework in order to make homework relevant to the child's learning, interesting and also celebrated in school.
We set weekly homework in all year groups. This focuses on curriculum expectation within Grammar, Punctuation, Reading and Maths.
Children may also be given a Homework project grid or 'extra challenges' that link to their termly topic. Children are rewarded with extra House Points for completing these additional homework tasks.
Children are also set weekly Spellings and also we expect children to read at home daily and record their reading in the school log.
FPJS also subscribes to MyMaths, TT-Rockstars and SeeSaw which all provide additional activities that children can access at home. All pupils have logins and passwords for these sites.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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