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Coningsby St Michael's

Church of England

Primary School

Believe. Aspire. Succeed.

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Reading & Phonics

Reading

 

Coningsby St Michael’s aims for all children to read with confidence, fluency and understanding; have an interest in the written word and read for enjoyment; and employ a range of independent strategies to self monitor and correct.

 

  • At Key stage 1 children should begin to read fiction and non-fiction independently and with enthusiasm.
  • At Key stage 2 children should read a range of texts and respond to different layers of meaning in them.
  • All pupils receive weekly opportunities for planned guided reading with a teacher. Shared and independent reading will take whenever appropriate.
  • Class reading opportunities are differentiated either through texts or support.
  • Reading material is varied to reflect Literacy units, topics, personal choice and current affairs.
  • All pupils and parents are actively encouraged and supported to enjoy home reading.
  • Letters and Sounds (phonics) is taught daily in Key stage 1.
  • Letters and Sounds are taught discretely and reinforced in contextualised opportunities as part of embedded practice.
  • Classrooms provide banded reading books, picture books and paperbacks for more confident readers.
  • All book areas reflect current topics and Literacy units which are updated each termlet.
  • All classes have the opportunity to visit the school library weekly. Children are encouraged to choose material which will engage and challenge them.
  • Children will have the opportunity to change home reading books during guided reading sessions in Key stage 1 and whenever appropriate in Key stage 2.
  • Some children in Key stage 1 will be provided with activity packs including key word cards where this is felt to be an appropriate strategy for that child.
  • Reading is assessed using the Lancashire grids for reading.

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