Click on the
above menu to see details of the latest homework for
your child's year group.
to see your child's class teacher if you have
any questions about your child's homework, or
any other aspect surrounding their education.
can I help my child with their reading at home?
By far the most important home reading experience,
particularly for young children, is being read to
on a regular basis. View our exciting self-help
Flash Files to discover additional ways in which
you can support your child's literacy development...
You'll need sound too - so make sure your speakers
are turned up!
Practice When Reading at Home
Wise Owl show you important things to remember
when reading with your child at home.
to Tackle New Words When Reading
Nellie the Ellie never forgets the prompts you
can give young readers in order to encourage them
to solve unknown words by themselves!
for a leaflet summarising these prompts.
Fox will explain how to help your child word-build
Clever Cat will help your child practise their knowledge
of phonemes - essential for early reading and writing
Super Sentence Machine
Our famous Super Sentence Machine will help scaffold
your child as they learn how to write increasingly
more grammatically complex sentences towards the
end of Year 1 and within Year 2... all linked to
familar texts studied within lessons.
If you are unable to open the above files, you might
need to click
here to download Adobe Flash Player. We thank
the staff of Ripple Infants School for the inclusion
of some of their resources within these pages.
If you are still unable
to view these files or they appear to be blank you might
need to click
here to download Adobe Shockwave Player.
||Bumble Bee's Homework
Children working in Bumble Bees have homework every week. There is different homework for the Eary Years and for KS1 rooms. Please talk to Claire or Debbi if you have any questions about home work.