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Bowlee ParkCommunity Primary School

Knowledge...your passport to the world!




Your child is given reading books to read at home every week. One book that they are given is according to the reading stage that they are currently on and the second book is a book that your child has chosen from our library that they wish to share with you at home. Your child also has access to a range of online books that have been allocated by their class teacher through the Bug Books website. 


Daily reading is very important for beginning readers and we expect that you will read with your child for a minimum of 10 minutes every night. Children who read each day with an adult make noticeably significant progress in their independent reading skills, than those who only read occasionally at home. We check your child’s Reading Record every morning to check that they have read at home.


Reading for pleasure is also very important to us at Bowlee Park. Everyday we have story time in class where we share our favourite books together. This is a time that both the teachers and children love and we quickly decide on our favourite five books! It is important that this love of reading is shared at home also. Here are a few books that we recommend reading with your child:


The Detective Dog by Julia Donaldson

The Tale of Peter Rabbit by Beatrix Potter

Funnybones by Allan Ahlberg

I Can Only Draw Worms by Will Mabbitt

We're Going On A Bear Hunt by Michael Rosen



Your child is given Writing, Maths and Spelling homework every Friday. These pieces of homework link to what your child has been learning and allow your child to apply the skills that they have learnt in class that week. It is expected that these pieces of homework are returned to your child's class teacher by Wednesday the following week.


In the back of your child's reading record is a list of key words that they need to spell. These are the most common used words that your child will be using in their writing throughout the year. Please support your child by helping them to learn these spellings. 


Please note: Homework is part of our home-school agreement and must be completed each week. Class staff will be checking that homework is returned. 

Online Learning 

We have introduced several online learning programmes this year. These are:

  • Mathletics (an online maths curriculum)
  • IXL (for English learning)
  • Bug Books (a personalised reading programme)
  • Oxford Owl (Read Write Inc online books)


The login details and passwords are ion your child's reading record. Online learning will be allocated each week. In addition to the weekly online task set by the teacher, children can access these programmes for further reinforcement activities at home. Teachers will monitor online learning and rewards will be given for engaging with these programmes. 

Learning Logs


Over the school holidays your child will also come home with a Learning Log. This will ask the children to create, explore and investigate a topic that we will be studying. Your child can complete their learning log by drawing and taking pictures, making a model or by writing sentences. Please be as creative as you like! We look forward to seeing your learning logs and sharing them in class. 

Further Activities


If you would like to carry out extra activities here are some options that you may wish to choose: