Dear Parent / Carer
Homework is an essential part of being a successful learner in life. At Holy Trinity Catholic Primary School, we value its place as it helps our children to practise and perfect their understanding, as well as deepen their knowledge, and practise skills through regular use of their on-line learning platforms. Regular practise every day helps to retain and embed learning. Homework also gives parents an idea of what your child is learning in school.
We expect every child to:
The most important additional learning that your child can undertake is to read every day, and establish a love of books that will stay with them forever.
If you have any questions regarding Home Learning please contact your child's Class Teacher and they will be able to answer your questions.
Together we will help every child reach their true potential.
Below are all the websites your child has access to and teachers have allocated their on-line learning via these learning platforms:
Comprehension books – to be completed alongside the comprehension books
Maths games and homework
RE news and resources
PE Lessons every morning at 9am with Joe Wicks
In these difficult times Jigsaw PSHE offers parents and children free stories and calm me times. Please use the link above with the password: Home
Curriculum-linked activities for ages 5-11 covering English and Maths, Health & Wellbeing and Physical Activity, and feature Premier League stars and mascots that will engage them during this challenging time.
Here you will find over 50 fun activities to help inspire you to keep learning whilst at home. Learn all about the animals, science work and the conservation work at chester zoo.
Daily maths lessons and lots more maths fun!
Fantastic resources that are packed full of engaging content for children to keep learning at home. Easily accessible via amazon.
Phonics play is now available on ipads/tablets without the need of flash play.
Ark Curriculum Plus, providers of English Mastery and Mathematics Mastery, aims to support your children with the routine, structure and learning that they would normally benefit from in school.