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Times in brackets are guidelines for time spent at homework. Different children will complete the same homework in different lengths of time.  Time spent will vary from day to day and also from the beginning to the end of the school year.  It is important to remember that it is the quality and not the quantity of homework that matters.  If a child frequently spends longer than the recommended time at homework parents should inform the class teacher.

Parents are also asked to clarify any general matter regarding homework with the teacher at the beginning of the year.

Don’t spoil all your evenings for the sake of a phone call!

Ranganna 5 agus 6: (1 hour)

Spelling and Mata every night.

English Reading and brief written exercise on Monday.

Béarla/Gaeilge writing Tuesday, Wednesday and every second Thursday.

Chapter/material to learn/study every second Thursday.

Rang 4: (45 mins.)

Spelling and Mata every night.

Monday is Tables night.

Irish Reading and brief written exercise on Thursday

Béarla/Gaeilge writing Tuesday and Wednesday.

Rang 3: (45 mins.)

Spelling and Mata every night.

Monday is Tables night.

Béarla/Gaeilge writing Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Small Books on regular basis.

Rang 2 agus Rang 1: (30 mins.)

Spelling and Mata every night.

Monday is Tables night.

Béarla/Gaeilge Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Small Books on regular basis.

Reading every night.

Naí. Mhóra: (20 mins.)

Reading and Penmanship every night.

Naí. Bheaga: (20 mins.)

Handwriting exercises every night.

Reading after Hallowe’en.

Children in Ranganna 2 and above are usually prescribed a chapter/story/piece of writing on Monday as reading homework for the week. It does not have to be read in full each night but read in stages from Monday to Thursday. Additional small reading books are given in Ranganna 1,2,3. Again there is no need to read one in full each night, let the child read it for pleasure over a few nights and sign and return when finished.

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