Haslam Park Primary School

English

 

Reading at Haslam Park

We are enthusiastic readers at Haslam Park- we love to read a wide range of fantastic texts in class, in our class libraries and in our wonderful new school library. 

In English, our teachers carefully select engaging texts linked to our topics, where possible. 

Over the last two years, we have worked extremely hard to raise the profile of reading in school, and this is having such a positive effect on our learning. We love to make reading a huge part of everything that we do!

Our children enjoying our fantastic new school library! 

Roald Dahl Day- 13th September 2019

Our first book fair of the year- September 2019 

Writing at Haslam Park

Whole School Writing Progression Document.

Please take a look at the skills taught in each year group.

 

At Haslam Park, our pupils learn how to write effectively, and for a range of purposes, through reading high-quality books. 

All elements of English are taught through reading, comprehending, analysing the use the spelling, punctuation and grammar and learning about the structure of a text type from talented authors and poets. 

When we start reading a new text, our amazing teachers create a 'curriculum organiser' which includes the text types and grammar features that will be included in the learning. 

Please see below, the curriculum organisers and examples of our children's INCREDIBLE writing outcomes from Autumn 1. 

 

 

 

Year 1- Not a Stick

Year 2 - The Tin Forest

Year 3- The Velveteen Rabbit

Year 4 - How to Train Your Dragon

Year 5 - The Wizards of Once

Year 6 - The Lost Magician