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West Acton Primary School, Noel Road, London W3 0JL


0208 992 3144


Extra challenges and projects 2020/2021

Each half term, we will set extra activities for your child to complete at home if they would like to.  They should show their work to their class teacher or any of the Senior Leaders.







Tree Project



Children’s work at home significantly contributes to their achievement in school. When we work together to support learning it will have a measurable and lasting effect on your child’s achievement.

There are many benefits to homework, and as parents you will be more aware of the curriculum expectations and what your child is learning. Your children will benefit from working with you and feel proud to demonstrate their knowledge and understanding.


Minimum Homework Expectations

Pupils should read daily 

Practise their times tables in the booklet given in Autumn.

Practise the year groups spellings in the booklet given in Autumn.

Work regularly from the CPG books given in February

Work regularly from the Handwriting book given in April

Learn their weekly spellings for a test

Take part in the Half Termly homework projects

Learn online with Espresso and Times Tables Rockstars.


During the school closure, we provide access to activities and simple lessons online on Microsoft Teams.
Visit your year group page for the link to your Microsoft Teams wall.

Year Group Pages


West Acton subscribes to several high quality online resources for which a login is needed.  During parents' evening in October and February we show these resources.

General Resources for a variety of curriculum areas

Purple Mash

Purple Mash brings the whole curriculum to life with creative programs that support maths and English as well as science, art, history and more.


Espresso's rich, all-in-one learning service offers a wide range of subjects mapped to the curriculum. The service includes videos, worksheets, games and quizzes all easily searchable by subject or objective.



London Grid for Learning (LGfL) provides a huge range of resources for pupil, parent and staff use.

         Busy Thingsj2eMaths at home


Maths Resources
For additional resources and more information on the teaching of maths at the school, please click here.


Reading Resources
For more information on the teaching of English at the school, please click here.