St Christopher’s School believe that Home Learning is important because:
Many parents of St Christopher's pupils support home learning, although St Christopher’s School does recognise that for some pupils the idea of doing schoolwork at home can either cause anxiety or in some cases conflict. If this is the case, the school is happy to work with parents to agree what is best for their child.
Homework is set differently according to the pathway or area of school, for example, Formal learners in Middle school follow a bronze/silver/gold approach, giving pupils/parents options of reading only or reading with English and/or maths homework. St Christopher's School recognise the importance of reading and how extra practice at home is essential, so this is reflected in the homework set.
Please see the Home Learning policy here or see your child’s class teacher for more details.
St Christopher's Primary School
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St Christopher's Secondary School
We are committed to a policy of treating each person equally and we have carefully considered and analysed the impact of our policies on equality and the possible implications for individuals with protected characteristics, recognising the need to eliminate discrimination, advance equality of opportunity and foster good relations.
9 Protected characteristics: Age, Sex, Race, Disability, Religion, Gender re-assignment, Pregnancy or maternity, Marriage or Civil partnership, Sexual orientation.