Home Learning

At Frenchay Primary School we recognise the positive contribution you can make towards your child’s education by supporting their learning at home. Each class will be set homework to provide your child with opportunities to reinforce and share their learning with you. Homework is optional and we are not asking you to teach your child anything new but support their understanding of what is being taught in school. It is a good way to share the national curriculum expectations in different year groups with you as parents as well as allowing them opportunities to practise skills at home.

The aims and objectives of home learning are:
  • to help pupils consolidate the skills of an independent learner;
  • to promote a partnership between home and school in supporting each child’s learning;
  • to provide educational experiences not possible in school;
  • to reinforce learning done in school and to allow children to practise skills taught in lessons;
  • to help children develop good work habits for the future;
  • to develop creativity in their thinking.
Home learning is shared between school and home via the online platform Seesaw. 
Download Homework information for parents letter below:

Believe, Belong, Become
Taken from Hebrews 10:24-25
‘And let us consider how we may spur one another on toward love and good deeds’