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Reading and Phonics

At Hobletts Manor Infants' and Nursery we strive for our children to be independent and resilient but to know that, when things seem overwhelming, there is always a guiding hand available from everyone in our school community. We aim to create successful citizens of the future who have a positive mind set and are resilient and prepared for their journey through the ever-changing world in which we live. Reading is a complex skill with many components. Successful approaches to the teaching of reading should encourage children to use a variety of strategies in their pursuit of meaning.  It is important to lay firm foundations in this crucial area of the curriculum and establish a consistent whole school approach to the teaching of reading.

 

We believe that success in reading opens doors to a world of knowledge.

 

Here at Hobletts Manor, we aim to:

 

  • To develop a love of books and reading.
  • To develop reading strategies and skills: fluency, accuracy, understanding and
    response to different texts.
  • Develop children`s experiences through a variety of text including the use of libraries, ICT and other available media.
  • Develop the ability to use and manipulate a variety of texts, both fiction and non-fiction.
  • To create a strong, embedded reading culture through a rich language environment within classrooms and the wider school environment.
  • To deliver a structured and consistent whole school approach to reading.
  • To recognise the value of parents / carers as essential components in supporting and developing children’s reading skills and love of reading.
  • To rigorously monitor and assess children’s progress in reading and identify those who require extra support and intervene at an early stage.

Early Phonics In Reception.

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We follow Letters and Sounds throughout Foundation Stage and Key Stage One.  In early years, this is supplemented by the Jolly Phonics stories and actions.
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