Homework Policy

Last updated: 16/10/2018

The work of the school is the spiritual, moral, intellectual, aesthetic and physical development of each pupil. It seeks to put Christ at the centre of every activity, worship, learning and service to others. Homework plays a critical role in the development of each pupil and their search for academic excellence. As a learning community, we recognise that homework is an integral part of the learning experience.

A link to the school’s homework policy can be found at the top of this page. It outlines the school’s procedure for the setting and recording of homework. It is our belief that meaningful, manageable and motivating homework will ensure:

  • pupils engage in learning outside of the classroom environment

  • a love of learning is fostered

  • learning is consolidated

  • organisational skills are developed

  • independence is promoted

  • strong academic outcomes and success are achieved by all pupils.

The Homework Jigsaw

Key Roles and Expectations: