Prae Wood Primary School

Everyone Valued, Everyone Learning

Welcome to the website for Prae Wood Primary School

Curriculum Information

 

 

At Prae Wood, we teach the National Curriculum. We are in the process of updating our curriculum information for parents, and this will be posted on the website as soon as possible, so in the meantime you will find some information by following the links below:

Department for Education

SEND Interventions

Building Learning Power

 

Parent Workshops

If you would like to catch up on information from the workshops we have run for parents, please click on the links below

Calculation strategies for Maths

Letter formation rhymes

Early Written Methods in Maths

Problem Solving

STEPS workshop 2018

e-safety workshop 2018

YR Parent Workshops Autumn 2018

PSED

Phonics

Reading and Writing Strategies

Maths

 

Spring B - Curriculum Letters 2018-2019

 

Nursery - Willow

Reception - Oak & Sycamore

Year 1 -  Beech & Pine

Year 2 - Chestnut & Elm

Year 3 - Hawthorn & Larch

Year 4 - Acacia & Blackthorn

Year 5 - Mangrove & Spruce

Year 6 - Banyan & Cedar

 

Spring B - Homework ideas sheets

Year 1 - Beech & Pine

Year 2 - Chestnut & Elm

Year 3 - Hawthorn & Larch

Year 4 - Acacia & Blackthorn

Year 5 - Mangrove & Spruce

Year 6 - Banyan & Cedar

 

Spring - Parent Curriculum Meeting slides

Nursery - Willow

Reception - Oak & Sycamore

Year 1 - Beech & Pine

Year 2 - Chestnut & Elm

Year 3 - Hawthorn & Larch

Year 4 - Acacia & Blackthorn

Year 5 - Mangrove & Spruce

Year 6 - Banyan & Cedar

Key Stage 1 & 2 National Curriculum spelling words

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3 & 4

Year 5 & 6

Homework at Prae Wood

Homework activities are designed to complement and consolidate learning within the classroom as well as enabling children to have the opportunity to research an area of interest in more detail and, as such, the tasks on offer are always varied.  Some may require your child to record whilst others may be of a more practical nature.  Some homework is designed to encourage adult participation (especially with the younger children) or may require your support from home in terms of collecting the resources to make a model.

Homework is not marked in anyway. It is the enjoyment and the learning process that is important rather than the finished outcome.

As children move into Keystage Two there is an expectation that most will be beginning to take more ownership over the organisation of which pieces of homework they are going to complete over the half term and when. You might like to spend some time each half term looking over the grid of activities and planning with your child when may be a good time to fit homework around their after school activities and your family calendar.

We do not have any hard and fast rules about the amount of time that should be spent on each item as different children will be capable of recording / presenting their homework in different ways and different families will be able to support in different ways.

Systems for handing in homework are slightly different for different age groups and are noted on the homework grid.

In Keystage One children will be invited to share some of their homework with their peers if they want to and will also be given a sticker if they would like one. Children in Lower Keystage Two will also share their homework with their class if they want to. Children in Upper Keystage Two can bring their homework in over the course of the half term as they complete it and they will celebrate with a Homework Showcase at the end of the half term.

King Harry Lane, St. Albans, Hertfordshire, AL3 4HZ

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01727 751930