Class Two - Year Three & Year Four

~ 'A Love of Learning for Life and for All' ~

Class teacher

Miss Cartledge

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Take a peek to see what we will be learning...             2018/2019 cycle B

Autumn    cycle A 'I am Warrior'               cycle B 'Gods and Mortals'                

Spring       cycle A 'Tremors'                  cycle B 'Road Trip USA'

Summer    cycle A 'Anglo Saxons'     cycle B 'Tribal Tales'


Reading books are changed independently by pupils as they move into KS2, selecting books within their colour band that hold an interest to them.  

Staff use internal assessments to monitor how pupils are developing reading skills and their ability to use inference.

In addition to reading school books, encourage your child to read other materials such as labels, menus, leaflets, comics and other text.

Supporting your child with reading is as important in KS2 as in KS1, however we know most pupils will be unwilling to read to an adult once they have reached a certain age or ability.

To help develop reading in KS2...

 ask questions about their book once they have read to themselves for short while,

ask them meaning of words and alternatives words that could be used,

develop the story or ask what might happen next. 

Reading prompts KS2