THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHILDREN’S VOCABULARY DRIVES OUR CURRICULUM:
What do we want our children to learn?
- To instill a love of learning
- To become independent learners
- To enjoy reading
- To learn skills for life
- To encourage ambition
- To increase children’s cultural capital
How will they learn it?
✔ Quality first teaching from well trained teachers
✔ Interesting, creative topics as per NC but also teacher choice.
✔ Engaging and a wide range of books/IT
✔ Use of outside speakers and visits
✔ Mix of directed learning and open tasks for extension
✔ Opportunity for writing in all subjects (Ofsted)
✔ Homework to support practice and memory
✔ Sequenced lessons to show progress
✔ Use of environment to promote learning ( learning walls and prominent display of vocabulary)
How will we meet the needs of all pupils?
Via differentiation, TA support
1;1 or small group interventions,
Small group work
Extension and breadth activities,
teaching others, external events, and competitions
What will be the effect of their learning?
Children will be confident, enthusiastic, well prepared learners. With a growing cultural knowledge (art, music, literature) and a knowledge of how to keep physically and mentally well.
We use Read, Write, Inc for our Phonics and Reading Schemes.
Read Write Inc. Presentation for Parents 2020
100 Books List
Year 1 Focus Books
Year 2 Focus Books
Year 3 Focus Books
Year 4 Focus Books
Year 5 Focus Books
Year 6 Focus Books
Grammar and Punctuation Curriculum Overview
Progression in Grammar
Parent Guide to Grammar and Children’s Activity Booklet Year 6 SATs