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Phonics and Reading Raven

Our overarching intent for Reading at Ravenbank Primary School is to promote high standards by equipping pupils with strong phonics knowledge and reading skills, and to develop their love of literature through by promoting reading for pleasure. 

The teaching of early reading and phonics is taught via the Read Write Inc. scheme.  Upon completing the scheme, children continue their reading journey via a wider range of decodable texts from a variety of sources, in order to access a diverse range of writing styles and genre.  

Recommended Reads for Key Stage 1

Key Stage 1 recommended reads.wmv

Recommended Reads for Key Stage 2

Upper Key Stage 2 Recommended Reads.wmv

World Book Day 2020 Celebrations

World Book Day Celebrations 2020 mov1.wmv

Useful links for Phonics

The below links will help you to support your child's early reading skills and phonics knowledge at home.

For parents:

Parent Guide to Read Write Inc.


Read Write Inc. Phonics - Learning to Read at Home

For children:

Phonics Play Games 


Decodable Comics 


Teach your Monster to Read 

Useful links for Reading

The below links will help you to select high quality literature for your children to enjoy.

Love Reading 4 Kids

The Children's Book Review 

Book Trust 

Reading Guidance

Reading List EYFS

For 50 recommended high quality texts for EYFS children Click here

 

 

Reading Lists KS1

For 50 recommended high quality texts for Key Stage 1 children, click on the appropriate year group.

Year 1

Year 2

Reading Lists KS2

For 50 recommended high quality texts for Key Stage 2 children, click on the appropriate year group.

Year 3

Year 4

Year 5

Year 6

Share a Story

Watch Mrs Greenwood share the story "The Hug" by the author Eoin McLaughlin.  It is a charming story that helps us to think about how we can show our affection to our friends whilst social distancing.  

Here is another story, "The Fish who could Wish" by Korky Paul, experty read by Mrs Greenwood.

 

This next story is read by Mrs Sweeney.  It is called "The story of the mole who knew it was none of his business" by Werner Holzwarth.  Get ready for a giggle!  The video is too large to embed so click on the below link to access it:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Or9M9DnHVrWdnY5ws0L9JWu5iPJ-8OEJ/view?usp=sharing

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