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 Subject Ethos and Aims

 

All children have a statutory entitlement to access the Programmes of Study for English as set out in the National Curriculum. 

 

  • To provide children with the opportunity to read, write and speak with confidence, fluency and understanding.
  • To give children an environment which is safe, secure and which provides encouragement for the development of all aspects of English.
  • To ensure that there is equality of access and opportunity for all children to develop their English.
  • To ensure that all children achieve their full potential in all aspects of English throughout their school life.

 

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What our pupils say about English:

 

"It is a subject where your own ideas are really important. When we write a story or a poem, it is not like anybody else's; it's more individual." (Year 6 child)

 

"You can let your imagination run wild." (Year 5 child)

 

"I love making up my own stories and poems." (Year 4 child)

 

"It's fun and it's creative - you create your own things." (Year 3 child)

 

"I like learning about books in English. They are usually books I wouldn't read otherwise." (Year 2 child)

 

"I really like reading and writing and doing phonics everyday." (Year 1 child)

 

All Hallows English Policy

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