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English and literacy

English is one of the most important subjects on the curriculum. It is essential that all children are given the best facilities to enable them to master the complexities of the English language. Children enjoy listening, looking, watching and mimicing right from birth. These increase vocabulary,stimulate an interest in reading and provide a solid basis for understanding. We have divided this page into sections on various parts of the English work covered in school so that all can enjoy reading, writing and have a good understanding of the English language. Click on the hyperlinks to see our full range on each topic.

Reading

 Encourage your child to enjoy reading
Encourage your child to enjoy reading
 Katie Morag
Katie Morag
 The wind in the willows
The wind in the willows
 Lord of the flies
Lord of the flies

 Poetry

 Rhymes to teach listening
Rhymes to teach listening
 Monster poems
Monster poems
 Cinquains
Cinquains
 Rhythm and rhyme
Rhythm and rhyme

Comprehension 

 Year 2 reading test
Year 2 reading test
 Comprehension 1 with inferred questions
Comprehension 1 with inferred questions
 The art of shopping
The art of shopping
 Comprehension for KS3 why
Comprehension for KS3 why

Writing

 Help your child have fun writing
Help your child have fun writing
 Storymat 5
Storymat 5
 Tom's diary-writing
Tom's diary-writing
 Improve your writing style KS3 and 4
Improve your writing style KS3 and 4

Spelling

 Stimulate spelling in children
Stimulate spelling in children
 Spelling ideas
Spelling ideas
 Spelling patterns le Year 3
Spelling patterns le Year 3
 Years 7, 8 and 9 spellings
Years 7, 8 and 9 spellings
 High frequency words R to 2
High frequency words R to 2
 Medium frequency words Years 4 and 5
Medium frequency words Years 4 and 5
 SATS spelling words for Year 6
SATS spelling words for Year 6
 KS3 spelling list
KS3 spelling list

 Grammar and literacy

 English ideas for KS1
English ideas for KS1
 English thoughts for KS1
English thoughts for KS1
 Verbs explained
Verbs explained
 Clauses 2
Clauses 2
 English grammar for Year 3
English grammar for Year 3
 Mnemonics
Mnemonics
 Parts of speech KS3
Parts of speech KS3
 Onomatopoeia
Onomatopoeia

Punctuation

 How to help with punctuation
How to help with punctuation
 Inverted commas
Inverted commas
 Full stops
Full stops
 Speechmarks
Speechmarks

 

Revision

 Surprise KS1 SATS type paper
Surprise KS1 SATS type paper
 English paper for Year 3
English paper for Year 3
 Progress tests 2006 English reading booklet
Progress tests 2006 English reading booklet

 
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