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Homework - Blended Learning

Blended Learning


Learning is a life-long process.  


To support learning in the classroom, children can complete blended learning at home.


This learning consolidates and enriches the learning done in the classroom.


This learning includes research, reading, memorising, practising and carrying out practical activities.


Full details of learning to be completed at home can be found on the Blended Learning Pages of the website in the Oak Class section.



Mathematics Blended Learning


All children have Mathletics blended learning set regularly.


Mathletics is an important aspect of blended learning which consolidates classroom learning and mathematic concepts and methods.  


Log in to mathletics, check your assigned activities, and complete.


Please do not forget to collect your Mathletics certificates for presentation in Good Work Celebration.


Certificates can be printed at school.

Blended Learning Overview


Each week year five and six will receive the following home learning tasks:


  • Spelling - this will include CEW (common exception words) - see English.


  • Reading - reading should consist of a minimum of 15minutes daily and MUST BE RECORDED in the reading record daily


  • Mathematics - this will usually consist of Mathletics and a worksheet.


  • Topic and Science - each week there will be an activity with a science, and history or geography focus.


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