Dear Parents and Carers, In the Home Learning section, there is information about what your children can do while they are at home.
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Ormesby Primary School Homework Guidelines

Your child will be given tasks to practise, revise, complete, continue, investigate, learn or begin at home. We value your child’s opportunity to do this with you and encourage your active involvement in your child’s learning.

Homework is not a legal requirement and should not take the place of social and learning activities out of school. We hope all of our children will have the opportunity to develop chosen skills and enjoyment from the wealth of activities and groups available to children today.

Homework at Ormesby Primary School will be set for all children. Children who complete homework tasks will be rewarded accordingly at school. There will be no consequences for non-completion of homework tasks.
As a school, we believe that it is beneficial for children to complete homework tasks. However, the responsibility lies with parents to ensure that homework tasks are completed and returned to school on time.
Should you ever have any queries regarding Homework, please do not hesitate to speak to your child’s class teacher about it.

Foundation Stage (Reception)

5 minutes practising ‘Action Words’ 5 times per week
10 minutes ‘Reading’ practice 2 times per week

Years 1 and 2 (recommend 1 hour of homework per week)

10 minutes reading per day (minimum)
1 English or Maths task each week

Years 3 and 4 (recommend 1.5 hours of homework per week)

10 minutes reading per day (minimum)
20 spellings per week
1 English or Maths task each week

Years 5 and 6 (recommend 2.5 hours of homework per week)

15 minutes reading per day (minimum)
1 English or Maths task each week

 Homework Given Out  Homework Collected In
 Year 1 to Year 6  Friday  Wednesday

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We do not store personal information about individuals who visit this site except where they provide contact information via our contact us page and contact forms available on various pages throughout the website.

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