Google Classrooms

There are 2 main ways to access Google Classroom:
1) Using a web browser 2) Using the free Google Classroom app (available for Apple and Android devices)

If accessing Google Classroom using a web browser it is recommended to use Google Chrome. To access Google Classroom using a web browser you can search for ‘Google Classroom’

For full instructions on how to access Google classroom is available to download HERE, alternatively please watch our videos below.

The children will need to complete 2 tasks( pre-topic and math quiz). These need to be completed over the half term break.  If you need urgent assistance, please email the school by Wednesday 28th 4pm.  The email address can be found on the main page of the school website.

How to access Google classroom

How to sign in to Google classrooms

How to access your Google classroom

How to access and complete your work set by your teacher on Google



Here is all your child’s homework for the half term. We have included a wide range of practical activities for you to support your child’s learning and development. The homework is set out to be a fun engaging experience for your child, so please adapt it to suit their concentration and their individual ability. Homework sheets for reception do not need to be sent back to school. Holiday homework booklets does need to be sent back to school after half term. 

Years 1 – 6

In the following sections you will find copies of the homework for your child in each year group for the Autumn 1 term. There is a weekly spelling, grammar and maths sheet which should be completed and returned to school on the due date. Please refer to the due dates on the top of each page and return the homework on that day. Also included are some activity suggestions for your child to complete linked to their topic. The children will need to take a photo of each activity (at least 3) and email them to their class email between 19th – 21st October.

Reading at Home


 They will receive a Phonics Reading book matched to their phonics stage and two books from the classroom.

Helpful phonics resources can be found here:

Year 1 – Year 4

Pupils have access to Bug Club.
Each half term the school adds the titles to be read, which are appropriate for the child’s reading level. Once children have read the book, there will be an opportunity for them to answer questions and complete a quiz. They will collect reward points as they go along which can be used to play games. Teachers will monitor pupil progress and share the information with them.

In addition the children have the opportunity to borrow one book from the school library which they will keep for 10 days.

Year 5 & 6

The children have the opportunity to bring home a book linked to their English unit each Friday to read over the weekend. 

In addition the children have the opportunity to borrow one book from the school library which they will keep for 10 days.




Each week the children are given a number of words to learn. The children are given a weekly spelling test to check these have been learned.

When learning spellings, we recommend this approach:

Look – Cover – Write – Check

In addition, children across KS2 are tested on the relevant high frequency words for their age in the Autumn term.



Number Facts and Times Tables

Year 1 & 2

Children are expected to practice their number bonds and in Year 2 also start to learn their times tables. Children are tested on these fortnightly.

Years 3 – Year 6

In KS2 pupils are expected to practice their focus times table and division facts of the week. All children have access to Times Tables Rock Stars to support this. Children are tested fortnightly on their times tables.