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English National Curriculum Programme of Study for Years 1 - 6

Year 6 published authors: after entering a writing competition, the children have had their work published in an anthology

Literacy writing for World Book Day (description of a superhero)

World Book Day prize winners (children and staff)

World Book Day 2018 staff costumes and World Book Day assembly

Published authors: Year 6 took part in a short story competition and will have their stories published in an anthology

Published authors: Year 6 took part in a short story competition and will have their stories published in an anthology 1

The Reading Gardeners

The Reading Gardeners 1 We're here to help, tidy and help you find books

The staff made a huge effort too...

World Book Day 2017 is coming...

World Book Day 2017 is coming... 1
World Book Day 2017 is coming... 2

Promoting World Book Day around the school

Reading Workshop for parents - supporting parents to adopt creative approaches to reading at home.

The KS2 Spelling Bee takes place in the last week of terms 2, 4 and 6. The list of words can be found in the documents below.

 

     

       

                                          

Term 1 and Term 2 Spelling Bee words for Years 3-6

Term 3 and Term 4 Spelling Bee words for Years 3-6

Term 5 and Term 6 Spelling Bee words for Years 3-6

Talk homework - what will your next presentation be about?

Talk homework - what will your next presentation be about? 1

Parents/carers,

 

As you know, your involvement in your child’s learning is essential.  With this in mind, we are launching a ‘Talk homework’.  Once a month, on a Friday, we will send home a discussion question. The aim is to get children sharing ideas with their families and developing their vocabulary and imagination.  Throughout the following week, children will present their ideas to the class (KS2 will be presenting in the form of a speech).

 

Tasks will be kept simple to enable all abilities and ages to join in e.g. Who is your favourite TV character and why? If you could be an animal for a day, what animal would you be and why?  The following week, children will build on this ‘Talk homework’ and write up their speeches/discussions.

 

We do hope you will enjoy joining in with this learning and encourage your child to ‘Talk for writing’.

 

Examples of children presenting their speech for 'talk homework'

When answering questions about a text, remember to use PEA - Point, Evidence, Analysis

When answering questions about a text, remember to use PEA - Point, Evidence, Analysis 1
When answering questions about a text, remember to use PEA - Point, Evidence, Analysis 2

Class Literacy displays

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