Use of supplementary materials, e. Year 5 Statutory Requirements. The teacher will need to assess the children in each focus group against the Curriculum objectives. Year 4 Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Appendix. At the beginning of the academic year Reception children focus on Phase One phonics, quickly progressing into Phase Two when they begin to learn letters and their sounds phonemes. See appendix for a list of the scheme books — stages and colour levels — available in school. They will be grouped according to their reading age, comprehension skills and speaking and listening ability.
Children will progress through the scheme at a rate suitable to their individual reading needs. Year Spelling Appendix. At the end of each stage, a judgement will be made by the class teacher as to whether the child will move straight to the next stage of the scheme or will be provided with supplementary reading materials before moving on. End of Lower Key Stage Expectations. Guided reading provides the opportunity for children to apply their existing reading skills. How will guided reading be planned for?
Use of the school reading scheme — Oxford Reading Tree, Fireflies and Treetops fiction and non-fiction. Examples of activities appropriate for the children working independently: Year 2 Statutory Requirements. Children are encouraged and given the opportunity to lco a wide variety of reading materials on a regular basis.
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A fortnightly, whole school planning sheet is to be completed. Year 2 Spelling Appendix. Children also experience group reading using various reading schemes such as Rigby Star as well as ‘real’ books. Teachers also read a wide range of reading materials to the class outside of the daily English session, to mxths pupils to share the enjoyment of literature. How will the children be grouped?
Shared Reading What is shared reading? How will the children be assessed?
In each session there will be a teacher focus group, a TA focus group if available and 3 or 4 independent activity groups. By Year One all children will be involved in guided reading sessions, with reception children beginning guided reading when appropriate.
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Year 6 Statutory Requirements. Each group will work at the level lco the most able child in that group. Review Governors are free to determine the renewal of this policy at any time, in line with changes in school systems or statutory guidance.
Shared reading takes place during the daily English session. All children bring home guided reading books from a range in school and are allocated reading homework every day. End of Lower Key Stage Expectations.
Reading to the teacher and class based staff. How will the guided reading session be constructed? Reading assessments completed at the end of each term will give each child an updated level in reading. How often will guided reading take place? Year 1 Statutory Requirements. See appendix for a list of the scheme books — stages and colour levels — available in school.
Over a two week period, shared reading should be incorporated into the short term planning for at least half of the English sessions. What resources are available and how will they be organised?
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Governors are free to determine the renewal of this policy at any time, in line with changes in school systems or statutory guidance. Children will progress through the scheme at a rate suitable to their individual reading needs. When does shared reading take place?
This will include the focus group activities, the independent group activities and an evaluation section for any follow-up work linked to the focus group activity. At the end of each stage, a judgement will be made by the class teacher as to whether the child will move straight to the next stage of the scheme or will be provided with supplementary reading materials before moving on.
Upon reaching Stage 11 Black Level and after reading a variety of the scheme books available, children will be encouraged to choose from a range of appropriately levelled reading materials, before moving on to the next stage of reading.
Method of Delivery Reading will be delivered through a variety of strategies including: