Homework

Developing independent homework habits is a valuable aspect of the learning process and contributes to the development of sound study routines.

It should be seen as a means of stimulating parental involvement in the schooling of their child through discussion and the sharing of knowledge. At the beginning of each year, teachers will establish clear, written requirements for homework and inform parents of their expectations at the Parent Information Nights. Homework can be in many forms - it might include reading, mathematics, surveys, personal writing, collecting information, experiments, discussion and gathering pictures.

Extra reading is encouraged at all levels and in the junior classes the homework task might be 10 minutes of reading each night. In senior grades, homework should not exceed a productive 30 minutes. If you require more information, the Homework Policy is available from the school office.

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