Literacy

Writing

In Writing, high quality texts are used to inspire children’s creativity. We believe that talk and being exposed to a high repertoire of stories encourages children to develop their writing skills. Talk4Writing, a programme developed by Pie Corbett, is used to support the teaching of Writing.

Reading

At St Anne’s we use a range of schemes to support children’s reading at home including Reading Champions, Bug Club and Oxford Reading Tree.

In Guided Reading children are exposed to high quality texts suitable for their year group, adapted from Pie Corbett’s Reading Spine.

In Key Stage 2, children are all taking part in a Reading Challenge. Children win Bronze, Silver and Gold awards for when they read 10, 20 and 30 books!

The Oxford Owl website has a range of E-books for your child to read at home and complete activities afterwards:

   https://www.oxfordowl.co.uk/

Please see links for suggestions for books for your child’s class.

Recommended books for Acorns and Oaks

Recommended books for Olive Class

Recommended books for Willow Class

Recommended books for Maple Class

Recommended books for Palm Class

Recommended books for Elm Class

 

Phonics

Phonics is taught through the Sounds Write programme. Phonics lessons are taught daily in EYFS and Key Stage 1. The Sounds Write programme allows children to practise reading and spelling skills enabling them to be more confident in Literacy lessons.

See the website below for more information and for links to free online courses for parents:

  https://www.sounds-write.co.uk/