Home learning is set via Seesaw. All logins are sent home at the beginning of the year. If you lose your passwords to any of our online platforms, please email and we will provide you with any information needed as soon as is possible.


See the video below, created by Y5, which shows you how to get the most out of Seesaw:

See the video below on how to set up your app and access home learning:


How to Help Your Child

We aim to foster a positive attitude towards homework and help set good habits. We aim to ensure that homework is of interest to the children and matched to their ability.

Our school policy on home learning is based on the principle that the learning process does not begin and end at school. We believe that children are learning constantly from a variety of adults and experiences. We ask that parents support their child with any tasks given.

Homework routines begin in Nursery and Reception with the expectation that children read at home every night. From Year 1 onwards, children are also given weekly Maths and English activities which is set online, using Seesaw. We set the homework on a Thursday, expecting it to be handed in on the following Tuesday, thus giving time for children to complete their homework over the weekend.


How Long Should My Child Spend On Homework?

Y1 and Y2

  • Ten minutes of reading every day with an adult.
  • 15 – 20 minutes a week on a Maths and English task


Y3 and Y4

  • Ten minutes of reading every day with an adult.
  • 20 – 30 minutes a week on a Maths and English task


Y5 and Y6

  • Fifteen minutes of reading every day with an adult or individually.
  • 30 – 40 minutes a week on a Maths and English task.


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