Reading at Broadwas Primary School
At Broadwas, we know that learning to read is a fundamental skill for life.
Throughout the Early Years and Key Stage One children are immersed in an environment rich in print. To enable children to become confident readers, we use the Read Write Inc. resources to teach phonics in a systematic way. We read books from a variety of schemes integrated with a core Oxford Reading Tree Scheme. We are keen to get children reading real books as soon as they are reading confidently, with fluency and expression. This may happen in KS1 or KS2.
Overview of phonics taught in each year group
|Autumn 1||Autumn 2||Spring 1||Spring 2||Summer 1||Summer 2|
Week 3 Read Write Inc. Set 1 sounds
one a day for 31 days
Teach your moster to read
Alphabet - sh, ch, th, ng, nk, ck
Assess Set 1 sounds
High Frequency Words (HFW)
- 6 a week to learn, 3/4 sets before Christmas
Children start scheme books. 3 books a week
Assess set 1 sounds,
Interventions if necessary.
High frequency words continued.
6 a week. 42 learnt.
Assess HFW when all are taight.
All children on scheme books.
Set 2 sounds ay, ee, igh, ow, oo, oo,
air, or, ar, oy, ou, ir
and some Set 3 e, ai, oi, er, ur, oa, ow
Some 'tricky red words' turn green when we lean these
e.g. for, he, we, me, she etc
Assess HFW recognition.
Assess Set 1/2/3 sounds covered.
All on scheme books
Wk < half term - Reading assessments (videoed for EYFS data)
|Year 1||content coming soon|