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In your child's school, are there consequences for non completion of homework?

(8 Posts)
calzone Mon 12-Oct-15 22:07:01

And if so, what are they?

pumpkinbutter Mon 12-Oct-15 22:08:39

Yes, they have to stay in at playtime to complete it.

Bogburglar99 Mon 12-Oct-15 22:16:12

Upper primary here and same, they have to complete it in playtime. I'm happy with this. Seems a reasonable natural consequence.

calzone Mon 12-Oct-15 22:25:23

I agree.
Am glad there are consequences for not doing it......trains em up for secondary school too.

MilkRunningOutAgain Mon 12-Oct-15 22:33:05

Yes, they have to complete at playtimes. Older kids who frequently don't complete homework or anyone who doesn't understand it, are encouraged to go to a homework club that runs at lunchtimes a couple of times a week and has a few teachers to help out.

megletthesecond Mon 12-Oct-15 22:36:01


There's incentives (team points) to hand it in early. Mine always hand it in early anyway.

Bubbletree4 Mon 12-Oct-15 22:46:52

Infants - no consequences
Juniors - Y3/4 - stay in, do it - Y5/Y6, write lines, get bollocked, parents contacted

missykix Mon 12-Oct-15 23:05:08

No specific homework given here (Y4)

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