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For the last 100 years or so, experts have been trying to work out if it is beneficial to give homework to kids in primary schools. In the UK, the government says it's up to the head teacher to.
Make your own maths sheets. Decide what sums you want to do and how many you want to answer. Preparing for Sats Year 6 Sats and other Tests. Help with preparing for the tests. Worried about Sats? The Nrich Maths Project Cambridge, Mathematics resources for children, parents and teachers to enrich learning. Contains high level thinking games.
Child: To complete any homework set to a high quality and return to school when expected. Parent: To support your child with their homework and daily reading and to complete the Home Contact Book to show when you have read with your child (KS1 and lower KS2). To ensure that homework is completed by your child and returned to school at the set time.
Although you might need to subscribe to use the full features of some of the websites, there are lots of free resources too. Don't forget, to check out our Maths and English pages and calculations policy to help you with your homework.
Homework resources for primary pupils over the Easter break. Homework helps children to continue and extend their knowledge and share what they have been learning in school. So, with the Easter holiday just around the corner, we have gathered together a range of homework resources for you to use with your KS1 or KS2 class.
In primary schools Time-saving resources that supplement your Primary school’s curriculum. MyMaths is a whole-school interactive resource for use in the classroom and at home that is easy to use alongside any other maths resources to consolidate learning.