Home Assisted Learning

During this current lockdown, we will not be posting the HAL on these webpages.  We will be continuing to email everyone their individual class learning, but please do contact us if you do not receive it or you would like a paper version.  Every Tuesday from 10.30 am-12 pm and every Friday from 12-1.45 pm, you will be able to come and exchange your child's reading books and collect paper copies of learning.

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HAL for YR

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HAL for Y1 and Y2

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Y5 and Y6 HAL.

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 Home assisted learning is given out every Wednesday to be handed back in on a Monday.

Our recommended times for home assisted learning is set out below.

Year Group        Reading                        Other (Literacy & Maths)

Reception          10 Minutes per day   10 Minutes per week
Years 1 and 2     15 Minutes per day   20 Minutes per week
Years 3 and 4    20 Minutes per day    30 Minutes per week
Years 5 and 6    20 Minutes per day    60 Minutes per week

Reading

There is an expectation that every child will read at home a minimum of 4 times per week. This needs to be recorded in reading record books and children then receive a ‘regular reader’ raffle ticket which then enters them into a prize draw at the end of each term (3 times per year).

Spellings

Children choose 3 spellings per week from their year group word lists to focus on practising how to spell them, write them down and include them in sentences.

Maths

This will vary according to the learning in class that week. It may take the form of learning times tables or other related maths work.

Big Talk

Each week in Reception and KS1 and every other week in KS2 there will also be a ‘big talk’ focus. This is a speaking and listening activity which encourages children to talk to their parents about a particular topic.

 

 

 

Useful 1st level Weblinks

Useful KS1 Weblinks

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Castle Primary School
Newlands Road,
Bristol,
BS31 2TS

Access is via Newlands Road NOT Dunster Road

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office@castleprimary.uk

0117 986 4489