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Home Learning

At Hudson we believe that Parents, carers and families are by far the most important influences on children’s lives. Parents who take on a supportive role in their children’s learning make a difference in improving achievement and behaviour. Their support can play a vital role at all stages of education.

The active involvement of parents in the life of the school can help promote a learning community in which pupils can engage positively with school staff and their peers. Hudson understands the benefits from developing positive partnerships with parents by involving them in all decisions affecting their children’s education and learning.

Homework is one place we start at Hudson in forging strong relationships, building communication networks and up-skilling parents and families.  We invest in a number of resources that build parental skill and enable them to further learning in the home.

All resources are accessed by each individual child with unique user names and passwords provided by school.

New! During the summer holidays teachers recommend activity books for families to keep learning in the home alive and prepare children for their return in September.  Advice and guidance is provided for families, but again this link between home and school is an essential part of learning growth and continued progress for each child.

For very young children

Website

Description

Fungooms

Games for preschool children

Fisher Price

Games and more for young children

Fun with Spot

A site dedicated to Spot. Includes activities.

Barnaby Bear

A site featuring a range of activities for younger children.

For Children and Parents

Website

Description

BBC Education

This site links to a huge range of educational activities.

The Romans

Interesting facts about Roman Life

BBC Webwise

Helpful hints for parents on using the Internet

Cadbury's Learning Zone

Lots of interactive activities for chocoholics!

Channel 4

Channel Four's educational website

Lego

Just for the lego fans!

Readathon

Make your own stories. Find out about Roald Dahl.

Water Aid Learn Zone

More about water

YPTE

The Young People's Trust for the Environment

Miss Marl's Mega Maths Matrix

Practice your tables with this number square

ThinkuKnow

CEOP's internet safety programme, packed with advice for children and parents

I am Learning

A games based revision and assessment system - a fun way to improve skills in different subjects

Victorian Shops

Find out what shops were like at the end of the Victorian period - select shop type from menu on the left

Bug Club

Our whole-school reading programme that joins books with an online reading world to teach today's children to read

When will my child have home learning?

Hudson Primary has adopted a timetable to help children and parents know when to expect home learning.  Each week teachers will send a Class DoJo message to give detail of text book study pages to focus on and mark together as a family after completion.  However there are also termly Learning Journey projects and comprehension tasks given as additional pieces each half term.

Year group

Monday

Friday

Reception & Year 1

Bring in:

Reading records and books

 

Take home:

Some key words and alien non-words.

Weekly maths, phonics and literacy activities.

Years 2,3,4,5 and 6

 

Bring in

Reading records and books

SAT work if set – Y2/6

Take part in

Spelling test and timetables test

Maths/literacy and work review each half term from Collins home learning text books

Comprehension review at start and end of each half term.

Years 2,3,4,5 and 6

 

Take home

Reading record and new book

Take home

New spelling words timetables focus with results from the previous week.

Collins literacy and maths work page numbers.

SAT focus activities (Y2 & 6)

 

Reading:  It is important that your child reads on a daily basis and brings their book to school every day.  Additionally all families can use Bug club for reading – our online reading scheme, children have individual passwords for personalised book selections made by their class teacher.