All children at Leigh Primary School will learn to read with accuracy and fluency, regardless of their background, needs or abilities.
Children will leave Key Stage 1 with the reading skills to enable them to access the Key stage 2 curriculum.
Use of the Read, Write, Inc (RWI) scheme to teach phonic skills throughout the school.
Daily RWI in Reception, Year 1 and 2 until they complete the programme. Children are placed in groups based on a half termly assessment to ensure the teaching they receive is specific to them.
1 to 1 tutoring targeting unique gaps in the lowest, slowest progress children across school.
Coaching for all reading teachers, as required, by the Reading Leader.
Practice Sessions, delivered by the Reading Leader.
Development Days with RWI consultant.
Half termly assessments to assess children’s phonics and reading ability.
Year 1 RWI PSC assessments (Nov, Feb, May) to inform planning of afternoon sessions.
Story Time to embed pleasure for reading and a love of books across the whole school.
All pupils including the weakest readers make sufficient progress to meet or exceed ARE.
High quality phonics teaching delivered by all reading teachers.
Increase in the % of children who achieve the Early Learning Goals for Comprehension, Word Reading and Writing.
All pupils to reach the required standard in the PSC.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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