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Old Sep 13th, 2017, 03:13 AM   31
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Holly seems to be having less homework so far than she had in reception, which seems strange! I'm not holding my breath though as I'm sure the homework will increase soon..



 
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Old Sep 13th, 2017, 07:56 AM   32
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Holly seems to be having less homework so far than she had in reception, which seems strange! I'm not holding my breath though as I'm sure the homework will increase soon..
Hmm maybe they still settling in? My sister in law daughter hasn't had any homework from year 1 so far too. We got some number homework on Friday (we get homework every Friday) as well as our reading every day



 
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Still no homework here but he does hAve reading books now and they've sent some flash cards with words as he struggles with get, the, we etc.



 
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Old Sep 18th, 2017, 08:30 AM   34
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Holly is just getting reading homework at the moment. We also complete a journal every week where she writes what she's been doing outside of school and then they talk about it at school



 
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Old Sep 18th, 2017, 16:58 PM   35
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Aw Paige has been bombarded with homework since she started school (she is in p3 now) and it has always been the same. Her reading books are getting harder/longer and still got her usual words/strategies/maths as well.



 
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Holly finally went into school for the first time this school year without crying!



 
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Go holly!



 
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Old Sep 19th, 2017, 15:47 PM   38
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Starting school at 4 is so young, it always makes me cringe when I read about it on here . Kids start at age 5 here and it seems to be some sort of right of passage - they don't actually have to be enrolled until age 6. Lots of kids just aren't ready at 5, let alone 4.

Sophie is ready, but Thomas took until now to be able to cope OK with school. He still hates it but doesn't cry now.

He doesn't get any homework really, just reading.



 
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Yay well done holly! Must be a relief for the both of you



 
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Old Sep 20th, 2017, 02:45 AM   40
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Well done Holly!

Got parents' evening tonight, really looking forward to it and finding out what they've been doing (and asking why they are visiting church on Monday and if it'll be religious focused or just about the building as DD is supposed to be opted out of religious stuff)

As they're not learning to read yet there's no reading homework but I've been doing reading eggs with Maria and she's starting to learn - read her first Chip, Biff and Kipper story last night!



 
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