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Homework Policy

At Mount Annan Christian College, we support that students consolidate their learning through focusing on Literacy and Numeracy skills.

Our policy states that Stage 3 students complete up to 30 to 40 minutes of homework per night, including reading, Mathletics and Studyladder tasks.

We will record when these tasks have been completed each week by means of a chart.

Life, however, does get busy! We recognise that sometimes homework does not get completed because of other extra-curricular activities.





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