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Homework

Homework is an integral part of learning and studies have consistently shown it has positive outcomes to a child’s overall learning. 

At BSY we ensure that homework will be:

  • manageable for parents, pupils and teachers
  • directly related to pupils’ class work and the school curriculum
  • clearly understood by all pupils in term of objectives and feedback

Primary School

In Years 1 through to Year 6, our students' homework will generally consist of a piece of English work, Maths work and Topic work. This will usually always be work to consolidate the learning that has taken place in the classroom during the week.

Parents will be informed about homework expectations and information will be made available on the class blog. Expectations will generally rise with the age of the children, guiding them towards independent study and a responsible attitude to learning in preparation for Secondary school. 

Secondary School

In Years 7, 8 and 9, students receive a homework timetable and can expect to complete a task on particular subject, as well as some short reading and maths tasks. In Year 10, students receive homework based on their (I)GCSE course. 

Homework generally becomes more intensive as the child ages: 

  • Year 7 and 8 - approximately 30 minutes per subject per week
  • Year 9 - approximately 30-45 minutes per subject per week
  • Year 10 - approximately 45 minutes - 1 hour per subject per week