Impact

Impact

  • Reading in our school is progressive and planned to meet the needs of all children.
  • Assessments are carried out regularly to ensure children are accessing books of the right level and are being challenged in their reading. At the same time we provide books to ensure that children read for pleasure and learn to love reading.
  • If children are keeping up with the curriculum, they are deemed to be making expected or more than expected progress.
  • In addition, we measure the impact of our curriculum through the following methods:
  • Phonics assessment;
  • Phonics screening results;
  • Book band colour – assessed using Benchmarking;
  • Reading ages given in three times a year and tracked for progress - 6 for those children reading below chrnological age;
  • Summative assessments each term;
  • The teaching of phonics in our school is systematic and all staff are regularly updated with any changes.
  • Pupils enjoy reading regularly, for information and for enjoyment/pleasure.
  • Pupils discuss books with excitement and interest.
  • Pupils are being adventurous with vocabulary choices.

End of 2022 - 2023 data:

  • GLD - 60%
  • Children achieving national standards or above in Reading (KS1 - 77%       KS2 - 73%)
  • Children working at greater depth in Reading (KS1 - 25%       KS2 - 15%)
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