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english at harborne primary school where we are now curriculum committee meeting 10 3 14

English at Harborne Primary School: where we are nowCurriculum Committee Meeting 10.3.14

outline of presentation
Outline of presentation
  • English in the SDIP
  • Developments
  • Use and impact of data
  • English Faculty
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English SDIPAreas for development June 2013 ECAR in KS1Reciprocal Reading in KS2Inference Training KS2SPAG in Y6 (Literacy groups and resources)Y1 phonics check (Phonics groups in reception)Phonics Bug ebooks KS1Rapid Phonics KS2

slide4
Use of Target Tracker for APP

Handwriting in Reception and the Golden Pencil award

Handwriting resources

Celebrating achievement

Parent support for learning

Accelerated Reader in Y5

slide5

Paired reading between year groups

Balance of reading in FS/KS1

Timetabling of Literacy in KS2

Support for EAL

Use of INSET (SPAG)

Faculty and other PM targets

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Areas for whole school development linked to English

Consider the implications of the new National Curriculum for English as part of the review of the school curriculum as a whole.

Maintain best practice in English at HPS whilst adapting to the new NC.

Review Literacy schemes of work and medium term plans in light of the new NC for English beginning with Y3/4.

focus areas
Focus areas
  • Phonics
  • Reading
  • New National Curriculum
  • Handwriting
phonics
Phonics

ROL Data:

Phonics Check Y1

% achieving expected standard

All pupils: HPS 70% National 69%

Girls: HPS 75% National 73%

Boys: HPS 67% National 65%

FSM: HPS 29% National 57%

EAL: HPS 67% National 69%

SEN SA: HPS 50% National 34%

SEN St: HPS 0% National 14%

phonics1
Phonics

ROL Data:

Phonics Check Y2 retake

% achieving expected standard

All pupils: HPS 40% National 69%

Girls: HPS 50% National 72%

Boys: HPS 25% National 66%

FSM: HPS 33% National 62%

EAL: HPS 33% National 70%

SEN SA: HPS 0% National 56%

SEN SA+ HPS 0% National 41% SEN St: HPS 0% National 16%

phonics2
Phonics
  • Reading meeting for parents
  • Phonics leaflet for parents
  • Reception learning at home
  • PL intervention in Reception
  • SL analysis of results and data
  • Meeting for all staff to feedback
  • Phonics groups and ongoing review
  • New ORT/ Rapid Phonics/Dandelion books
  • Reading Recovery Y2/Y1
  • Phonics Bug and eBooks
  • Y2 ‘Book club’
  • Tracking of Y2/3 retake groups
  • Target Tracker notes
  • SL intervention Y3
  • TA support Y1/Y2/Y3
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Reading

ROL data:

KS1 reading APS

All pupils: HPS 16.5 National 16.3

Girls: HPS 16.4 National 16.8

Boys: HPS 16.6 National 15.7

FSM: HPS 12.8 National 14.8

EAL: HPS 13.6 National 15.6

SEN(SA/SA+): HPS 8.1 National 12.5

SEN St HPS 3.0 National 7.6

reading
Reading

ROL data:

KS2 reading APS

All pupils: HPS 30.1 National 28.5

Girls: HPS 31.1 National 29.0

Boys: HPS 29.2 National 28.1

FSM: HPS 26.0 National 26.9

EAL: HPS 29.4 National 27.6

SEN(SA/SA+): HPS 24.3 National 24.9

SEN St HPS 18.0 National 19.4

NB KS1-2 VA

FSM HPS 97.8 National 99.7

reading1
Reading
  • APP/Target Tracker (notes)
  • PL Pupil progress meetings
  • SL assessments and support
  • SENCO support and resources (SEN/ EAL)
  • ECAR (Reading Recovery, Reception Literacy Programme, Better Reading, Inference Training)
  • TA support
  • Reading buddies
  • Literacy Volunteers
  • Paired reading
  • Accelerated Reader Y5
  • Children’s Book Award Y4/ Author visits
  • Library (Y1/2/3 + Harborne Library)
  • Readathon (Faculty)
  • Lunchtime books
  • Pupil conversations (Faculty)
new national curriculum
New National Curriculum
  • Meetings with Y3/4 to plan for introduction of the new English curriculum.
  • Phonics/spelling groups in Y3/4 to follow new Spelling Appendix.
  • Literacy groups in Y3/4 to follow new Grammar Appendix.
  • All Literacy units being updated to match new NC.
  • Meetings to review new NC in Y3/4
  • INSET for all staff March/June.
handwriting
Handwriting
  • Updated scheme in use in Reception.
  • Use of PPA cover to focus on teaching handwriting.
  • Golden Pencil award (Faculty and PM target)
  • Penpals resources including new font available for all staff.