Menu

  • Search Close C
  • Translate Close C

Translate / Traduire / Übersetzen / Tłumaczyć / Išversti / Tulkot / Traducir

School Logo

St Dennis

Primary Academy

Everyone Matters, Everyone Succeeds, Every Moment Counts

How we ensure children make progress in reading

How we ensure children make progress in reading at St Dennis Primary Academy

 

  • RWI is taught with fidelity as the school's Systematic Synthethtic Phonics Programme.
  • We are a partner school with Kernow English Hub to ensure best practice and to implement their aims: to ensure all children make speedy progress in phonics and reading, to develop children's understanidng and use of spojen language and to develop children's love of reading.
  • Swift analysis of RWI and Accelerated Readier data to informs qulaity first teaching, interventions and indentification of priority readers.
  • Specific groups and individuals are prioritised throughout the year to be focus children in the classroom and receive additional daily support in reading.
  • Clear progression of reading skills taught through VIPERS (vocabulary, inference, prediction, explanation , retrieval and sequencing / summarising) reading prompts.
  • Reading Champion in role carries out diagnostic running records to identify specific barriers to reading and ways to overcome them, as detailed in the reading guidance booklet we created.
  • Use of Target Tracker gap analysis tools and Pupil Progress Meetings to target children and adapt children where necessary.
  • Teachers know the expected standards of reading (e.g. RWI - Year 1 children should be at Pink by the end of the autumn term and blue at the end of the year) for their year groups at different points throughout the year.
  • Summative assessments including RWI, the STAR Reading Test and PIRA inform teaching.
  • A progressive set of library skills are explicitly taught.
  • Children receive interventions in a variety of ways, including: RWI 1:1, Toe by Toe, Precision Teaching and RWI Fresh Start.
  • Children who do not read at home, read with a trained member of staff.
  • Monitoring of the teaching of reading across the school ensures this is high-quality and is focussed on research including EEF -  Preparing for Literacy between the ages of 3 and 5, Improving Literacy in KS1 and Improving Literacy in KS2.
  • We provide training and information to assist parents and carers to support children's reading through information meetings, newsletters, Facebook and via the website.
Q Coronavirus
  • Carne Hill, St Dennis, Saint Austell
  • PL26 8AY
Get in Touch

St Dennis Primary Academy is part of Truro and Penwith Academy Trust, a charitable company limited by guarantee, registered in England and Wales. Company Number: 08880841. Registered address: College Road, Truro, TR1 3XX

Top