Homework is work or activities that pupils do outside the normal school day which contributes to their learning. Homework includes a whole variety of activities instigated by teachers and parents/carers to support the pupils’ learning. One of the aims of our teaching is for pupils to develop as independent learners and we believe that doing homework is a significant way in which pupils can raise their level of attainment and acquire skills for independent learning.
However, we also acknowledge the important role of play and free time in a child’s growth and development. While homework is important, it should not prevent pupils from taking part in the activities or various out of school clubs and other organisations that play an important part in their lives.
Homework Set by Class Teacher
Use the links below for information and support on homework that has been set during a lesson by a specific class teacher.
Extra Suggested Home Learning
Homework varies with each class / pod and there may not be a link above for your class. However, if you are looking for activities to complete at home The Brier School will inform you, at the beginning of each term, through the curriculum newsletter and this website of any extra suggested activities that can be undertaken to further raise attainment levels.
Use the link below to the Classes page to view extra suggested home learning activities.