Herts, SG1 1NJ
Mrs J Moore
© Bedwell Primary
"Teachers make clear what they expect pupils to do and outline the steps to get there. Teachers mark pupils' work regularly. They provide clear written comments for pupils about how well they are doing and how they can improve."
Learning at home is a really important part of developing, practicing and securing what we've done in class. From Year 1 up, its vital that our parents listen to us read as often as possible (at least 3 times a week) and talk to us about what we've read. In Key Stage 2, we also recieve spellings to learn and a piece of maths homework to complete over the weekend. This should take around 45 minutes, and teachers will always be very happy to help anyone who's stuck - but it's really important that everyone tries their hardest to show what they can do and makes sure their work is in on time every week. A lunchtime homework club is also available, which children can choose if they need extra help, a bit more time or just a quiet place to work. Year 6 also recieve regular literacy homework, building on skills developed in class that week.