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Malmesbury Primary School

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What are we learning at home?

The support and learning that takes place at home is key to your child’s success.  Each half term your child will receive a ‘home learning’ sheet which will suggest different activities you can do with your child. All of these activities will relate to the class topic at the time and include a variety of subjects such as: Art, Science, English and even a trip you could take your child on. This ‘home learning’ can be brought into school at any time and handed into the class teacher. It can also be e-mailed to the school at


In addition, your child should read for 10 minutes every day which should be recorded in the home-school diary. Children take home reading books that are at a level to allow them fluency.  They also have access to ebooks on Bug Club.  Children should practise their number bonds to 10 and 20, number formation and letter formation.


Year 2 children should also move on to practise their 2, 5 and 10 times tables.  They can practise their handwriting and the words from the spelling list in their Home School Diaries.

Children in Reception, Years 1 and 2 have logins for Busy Things and Bug Club, online cloud-based teaching resources, and the guides below will help you access these from home.