"Together we nurture the future"
St Vincent Road, Ryde, Isle of Wight, PO33 3PT
Main: 01983 562165
Pre-School: 01983 613189

English Curriculum

At Greenmount Primary School we believe that reading is the key. We aspire for our children to become lifelong readers and promote a reading for pleasure culture throughout the school. Every
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Children at the beginning stages of their reading development learn to decode words through a systematic and robust phonics programme that aims to be engaging and enjoyable for our younger learners. Through our English lessons children are exposed to a range of rich texts as a stimulus for their writing. We believe using a range of high quality texts provides children with expert models of writing that they may not always be exposed to in their own reading choices. Through careful planning and task design learners of all abilities can access these texts through rich and challenging learning experiences. We believe that writing opportunities should be purposeful and enjoyable for children. Children are taught to think as writers; considering the purpose and audience when working towards, and reflecting on, their final outcomes in writing.

Please find below our current English policies:

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