It is our aim at Prior's Mill CE Primary School to enable children to discover a love of reading that will stay with them throughout their life. We believe that reading is the key that unlocks the rest of the curriculum and therefore we encourage all staff and children to read a lot! We aim to provide our children with a high quality reading curriculum that spans many genres and styles so that upon leaving, children are able to read fluently with understanding, confidence and with pleasure.
We have a bespoke, progressive reading curriculum that covers all aspects of the National Curriculum and considers all aspects of reading: phonic knowledge, high frequency and common exception words; decoding; reading with fluency and prosody; comprehension; developing vocabulary skills.
Our curriculum is organised to ensure that the children have a daily reading lesson based on a quality text. The lesson focus for each day is consistent throughout school with a repeated pattern of retrieval, vocabulary, inference and deduction and application of skills. Each week there is a dedicated reading for pleasure session where children and staff share and enjoy a range of texts and authors.
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