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English

English includes reading, writing, phonics, handwriting, spelling, punctuation and grammar.

We use the Jane Considine 'The Write Stuff' resources to teach our main English lessons supplemented with Talk4Writing techniques and the Alan Peat sentence progression. Children begin their phonics and reading journey in EYFS through the Sounds Write program. As well as teacher-led lessons, we use Accelerated Reader as a fun and challenging way to improve reading comprehension and reading engagement. 

To help support your child at home with their phonics, please click here to enrol on a free on-demand Sounds Write course which is designed to support parents to:

  • help your child take their first steps in reading and spelling;
  • understand how to help your child build, write and read simple cvc (consonant, vowel, consonant) words;
  • understand how to correct your child when they make a mistake in their reading or writing simple words;
  • have a basic understanding of how phonics works.

What a good Foundation Stage writer looks like...

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What a good Key Stage One writer looks like...

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What a good Lower Key Stage Two writer looks like...

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What a good Upper Key Stage Two writer looks like...

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