Homework has to be very individual to the pupils who attend Rosehill School and may not be appropriate for all pupils. Homework can be a whole range of things. It will vary for each child and is likely to change as a pupil gets older, develops or if their needs and priorities change. For example, it may include:
- home and school working on consistent strategies for behaviour following an agreed behaviour support plan.
- using particular symbols, signs or objects or words to support your child's understanding and communication targets.
- using a particular communication aid or system at home that has been advised by therapists.
- family and school using consistent strategies to support a child needing sensory regulation.
- having a regular book of work to complete at home.
- working on a personal development programme, for example; toileting, dressing or eating/drinking.
Homework is not given to our young children in the EYFS but it remains central to work together collaboratively with parents / carers. Please talk to your child's teacher if you want more support or guidance in this area and also use the opportunities at the annual review and additional meetings to discuss further.