Reading assessments completed at the end of each term will give each child an updated level in reading. We strongly believe that to foster these skills it is essential to provide a balanced class reading programme that includes a variety of reading experiences, levels of support and methods of instruction. Reading to the teacher and class based staff. Children also experience group reading using various reading schemes such as Rigby Star as well as ‘real’ books. 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. Examples of activities appropriate for the children working independently:
Organisation will vary according to the text. Year 2 Statutory Requirements. Sensitive questioning and prompting of individual children helps to ensure maximum participation and understanding. Use of reading journals. How will guided reading be planned for? Shared reading takes place during the daily English session.
Maths Homework CD Year 2
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. How will guided reading be planned for? What resources are available and how will they be organised?
Over a two week period, shared reading should be incorporated into the short term planning for at least half of the English hpmework. Year 4 Statutory Requirements. How often will guided reading take place? Each group will work at the level of the most able child in that group.
Literacy Links, Soundstart and New Way.
These sessions usually take place outside the daily English session but are part of this hour when appropriate. Reading to the teacher and class based staff. This policy outlines the teaching and organisation of reading at West Park Primary School.
Maths Homework CD Year 4
How will the children be grouped? Guided Reading What is guided reading?
Year 3 Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation Appendix. Year 1 Statutory Requirements. By Year One all children will be involved in guided reading sessions, with reception children beginning guided reading when appropriate. Year 2 Statutory Requirements. All children bring home guided reading books matsh a range in school and are allocated reading homework every day. Organisation will vary according to the text.
Children also experience group reading using various reading schemes such as Rigby Star as well as ‘real’ books. The teacher orchestrates responses, drawing attention to reading strategies and features at text, sentence and word levels, appropriate to the age, experience and ability of the majority.
How will the children be assessed?
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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. Use of supplementary materials, e. Statemented children will have individual reading programs which will be delivered by a TA. Children will progress through the scheme at a rate suitable to their individual reading needs.
How will SEN and Statemented children be catered for? It provides a challenging experience in order for learning to take place. Year 1 Spelling Appendix.
Year 3 Statutory Requirements. Reception At the beginning of the academic year Reception children focus on Phase One phonics, quickly progressing into Phase Two when nomework begin to learn letters and their sounds phonemes.
Each focus group will work with the class teacher or teaching assistant, once every fortnight, or weekly when needed. Teachers also read a wide range of reading materials to the class outside of the daily English session, to enable pupils to share the enjoyment of literature.
Teachers provide regular independent reading sessions, involving individual, group hpmework paired reading, throughout the week.
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Storytellers, World Book Day activities, competitions, author visits. Shared reading is when the whole class joins in mmaths collaborative act of fluent, expressive text reading and re-reading.
Year 5 Statutory Requirements.