Homework supports the development of independent learning skills, including the habits of enquiry and investigation
Learning at home is an essential part of good education. Homework not only reinforces classroom learning, it also helps children and young people to develop skills and attitudes they need for successful lifelong learning.
Teachers will mark and give feedback on homework. This may take the form of written comments in their books or folders but could also be going through the work in class or individual verbal feedback.
Homework is tracked by individual teachers and will inform their teaching as the year progresses.
To ensure that pupils are not overloaded on one day we have a schedule for each year group and a set amount of work that is expected in each year. This increases as pupils get older.