At Cranborne we recognise the crucial role that the partnership between home and school plays in enabling your child to achieve their full potential. Home learning is one of the ways that we seek to foster this partnership.
Regular well-planned homework can:
- Develop good work habits and discipline for the future.
- Help parents and carers gain an insight into their child's education.
- Support your child's development as an independent learner.
- Provide an opportunity for children to practise skills learned at school..
Children at Cranborne have access to mathletics to develop their mathematical skills. You will find their log in inside their reading record. Please see your child's class teacher for any issues with this.
Click on the link below to access the Mathletics site.
Here are 10 important reasons to read!
- Children who read often and widely get better at it.
- Reading exercises our brains.
- Reading improves concentration.
- Reading teaches children about the world around them.
- Reading improves vocabulary and language skills.
- Reading develops a child's imagination.
- Reading helps children to develop empathy.
- It's fun!
- It's a great way to spend time together.
- Children who read tend to achieve better at school.
Children at Cranborne should read at home every day. Please keep a record of this in your child's reading record.
Homework may be set using the website Purple Mash. You will find your child's log in inside their read record.
Click on the link below to access the Purple Mash site.
Children from Year 1 to Year 6 will be given words to learn from the National Curriculum statutory word lists. These are words that do not rely on spelling rules and patterns.
See the links below for top tips on practising spellings at home.