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Why Is Homework Important?  

“Homework is an important extension of classroom learning. It helps to cement the ideas that children learn at school (or should be learning!), helping things sink in further and expanding their knowledge. The complexity and amount of homework that needs to be carried out obviously increases considerably as children progress through school. The amount of homework given to primary aged children varies, but they are likely to get some on a regular basis. Getting used to doing homework from an early age will definitely be an advantage, as children are more likely to continue doing so as they progress through their school years.” Early Childhood Education Website

What is expected at St Mary's:

  • Homework will be given out weekly.
  • Each child will receive a piece of maths and a piece of English homework.
  • Children will also be given a set of spellings to learn each week.
  • It is expected that where possible, you read with your child three times a week at home.

If you require any further information regarding our homework policy, please contact the office.