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At Stanton School children are set according to their Writing ability across each year group. Writing is taught through topics that help to inspire and interest the children. Teaching is skill based which helps the children develop and build upon a different writing skill each week. Vocabulary, conjunctions, openers and punctuation are a key focus in all lessons. A new word of the week is also introduced to the children weekly to help broaden their vocabulary. The children are encouraged to aim high in their writing and develop their skills by challenging themselves using aim high ladders, and marking ladders.

 

With the introduction of the new curriculum Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar are an important focus within children’s literacy lessons. One lesson a week is dedicated to grammar skills and spellings are set and tested weekly, according to the children’s ability.

Reading

 

Read Write Inc. Phonics, Literacy & Language, Fresh Start and Spelling are highly successful literacy programmes for 4-13 year-olds created by Ruth Miskin and published by Oxford University Press. The training and support from Ruth Miskin Training, rated Outstanding by the Department for Education, ensure the programmes have the best chance of success in schools.

 

The four Read Write Inc, programmes are carefully matched to the new curriculum, giving your children the best chance of success in the national tests. They show teachers, teaching assistants and parents step-by-step how to teach all children to become fluent readers, confident speakers and willing writers.


Stanton School uses:

Read Write Inc. Phonics for our children in Years 3, 4 who need to catch up 

Read Write Inc. Fresh Start for our children in Years 5 & 6 with a reading age of nine and below

Read Write Inc Literacy and Language for our fluent readers in Years 3 to 6

Read Write Inc Spelling for our children in Years 3 to 6  

 

Read Write Inc. Phonics is used by over a quarter of the UK’s primary schools. It is a comprehensive literacy programme, weaving decoding, comprehension, writing and spelling together seamlessly. Ruth Miskin developed the programme during her time as a headteacher in Tower Hamlets. She believes that in order for a school to be successful, every headteacher needs to adopt a consistent whole-school approach to teaching reading, writing and spelling. Fidelity to the teaching programme, rigorous assessment, tracking and one-to-one tutoring ensure that schools guarantee progress for every child.

 

For information and tutorials on how to support your child learning to read go to:

http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/parents/

 

Read Write Inc. Literacy & Language meets the demands of the new national curriculum in a fun and meaningful way. It is a complete literacy programme addressing the grammar and punctuation aspects of the new statutory assessments and raising attainment for all children. Drama and discussion are an integral part of the programme: Literacy & Language children love writing because they have a lot to say.

 

For information on how to support your child in the Grammar, Punctuation and Spelling tests go to:

http://www.ruthmiskin.com/en/resources/?q=grammar

 

Read Write Inc. Fresh Start raises attainment rapidly in reading and writing. The programme boosts children’s confidence by matching what they read with the sounds they know using specially created age-appropriate texts and anthologies. Read Write Inc. Fresh Start provides clear and cumulative writing activities to build vocabulary and punctuation.

 

For more information go to:

https://global.oup.com/education/content/primary/series/rwi/fresh-start/?region=international

 

Read Write Inc. Spelling embeds impressive skills in just 15 minutes a day, quickly and effectively filling the gaps in children’s knowledge. To keep children engaged, aliens introduce spelling rules on an exciting online spelling planet and children complete quick-fire activities in their spelling logs. Progress is accurately recorded using practice tests and teachers learn how to move children on quickly.

 

For more information on Read Write Inc. Spelling go to:

https://global.oup.com/education/content/primary/series/rwi/spelling/?region=international

 

 

 

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