Every child may choose to present their work differently, but the task is the same.
No two children work in the same way and this method of homework will allow each child to express their thoughts and ideas in their own way.
Their daily reading should be recorded in their Reading Record Books and handed in weekly so their teacher can monitor each child’s progress.
Each Friday the children are set Maths homework, which is due the following Wednesday.
Starting Year 3 also means entering a new Key Stage.
Read on to find out what your child’s maths, English and science lessons will be like, and how they can keep up their studies outside of school with free Year 3 worksheets.Please use the web links below to play online games which will reinforce and develop knowledge and understanding.This will aid in their comprehension and challenge their understanding of the texts.We do ask that the work should be your child’s own work and should be completed to the very best of their ability.The only other homework set will be reading at home and weekly spellings and maths facts to learn.Each term or half term, during the first week, your child will be given a homework grid.The grid contains activities linked to all areas of learning (English, Maths, History, Geography, Science, Art etc).Each activity has a points value: the values relate to the complexity of the task.Over the course of the term your child must complete a minimum of 10 activities from the grid.Your child must bring in their Homework Folder each Friday so that we can review any homework done and they can get feedback on work they have completed.If you have any questions or queries then please do not hesitate to ask.