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Homework explained

We aim to set homework for the children that we hope will be quick and fun activities to share with family members. Our priority is always that children have read a little everyday but we also send home a phonics or number activity each week and some ideas for further learning for each topic that you can choose to dip into. We do understand that it will be easier to do more in some weeks than others though! Please let us know if homework becomes a problem and we can see what we can do to help.  



Each child has received a transparent zip wallet in their school bag. There is a reading book and small blue reading record in the zip wallet and a guide for you to keep explaining how to support your child's reading at home. Reading books will be changed every Monday and Friday but parents/carers can also come in between these days if they would like another book. Below is a link for a guide to how say the letter sounds in phonics to help children when sounding out words they cannot yet read on sight - please no letter names at first! The phonics scheme that Kingmoor follows is called Read Write Inc. and there are some fantastic informative videos on this if you look on the Ruth Miskin (Read Write Inc. creator) site:



We also like to celebrate children's achievements. The zip wallet contains a home-school achievement book for both you and us to record your child's learning journey at home and at school: please let us know about how they get on with their homework but also tell us what your child has been enjoying doing and achieving at home and we will do the same for school.

Wow stars have also been sent home in the zip wallet: these are for parents to note any successes over the half term, for example swimming certificates, learning to tie a shoelace, setting the table independently for the first time etc. These will be shared in front of the class and then displayed on our wow wall in class - please do come in and have a look! Spiderman's amazing work wall is also there to peg up any work the children are especially proud of - whether completed at school or brought in from home.


Little and often will really help! Please come in and ask if you are not sure of anything.
Thank you