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The ability to read, acquire knowledge and understand what is read makes up the foundation of our reading curriculum. At Hurworth Primary, our aim is for all pupils — irrespective of their needs, abilities or backgrounds — to be able to learn to read fluently, effectively, confidently and with understanding. At Hurworth Primary, reading is at the heart of our curriculum. Through our reading, we aim to encourage the children to develop culturally, emotionally, socially and spiritually.

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We want all children, from Reception to Year 6, to learn the skills and knowledge to enable them to read and to develop a lifelong love of reading that develops into secondary school and adulthood. We want to expose our children to the power of words and structure of language at every opportunity, engaging critically and imaginatively with a range of texts to help children make sense of the world and their place in it. From the important foundations in our systematic and structured phonics program to our range of class novels, school library, author visits, celebrated book days and interactions with our local library and book shop, we make sure our school highlights the importance of reading.

All of our children are taught the skills to decode words and to understand what they have read.

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Seuss The ability to read, acquire knowledge and understand what is read makes up the foundation of our reading curriculum. Our Intent for Reading. Our aim is to encourage all children to read widely across both fiction and non-fiction texts, developing their knowledge of themselves and the world in which they live, establishing an appreciation and love of reading, gaining knowledge across the curriculum and intertwining their comprehension skills with their decoding skills.

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We want to ensure that, by the end of their primary education, all children are able to read fluently, and with confidence, in any subject in their forthcoming secondary education and to develop further reading skills to support them throughout life. At Hurworth Primary, we do this by ensuring: 1. A range of engaging and challenging texts from a range of genres are accessed by our children which promote a love of reading, act as excellent models for language and embrace a wide range of cultures and time periods.

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Children become fluent and age appropriate readers across Early Years and Key Stage 1 through a fully embedded and progressive phonic scheme as well as exposure to appropriate texts to build on further reading skills. Children reach the expected standard in Year 1 phonics with word reading fluency being the most important focus in the curriculum.

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This will then allow our children to build on their understanding of what they have read by exposing them to an increasing range of vocabulary and developing their comprehension skills ready for Key Stage Two. All children in Key Stage Two will access class novels and weekly extracts with coverage of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

All children access their own reading books suitable to their age and stage.

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Reading Strategy. Phonics and Spelling Progression Overview. To provide professional support and advice to school staff to ensure pupils can physically access and participate in the curriculum. t working where applicable with Health Occupational Therapists and Physiotherapists to establish pupil needs for the purpose of accessibility and inclusion in all areas of school and access to the national curriculum. Advice as needed to follow the specialist equipment policy.

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At Hurworth Primary, our aim is for all children to leave school being able to write with confidence and accuracy for a variety of audiences and purposes whilst developing their own authentic voice and a love of writing.


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