Learning to read is one of the most important aspects of primary education. It gives the children independent access to the wider curriculum as well as being a skill for life.
The way a child learns to read is also important so that they are equipped with those skills as soon as possible. It is especially important that home and school have a shared understanding of the process and how both play a vital role.
In Reception and Key Stage One the children read from a range of reading schemes:
|Oxford Reading Tree, including Project X and Floppy’s Phonics|
|Ginn – 360|
|Collins – Pathways & Big Cat|
|Rigby Star, including Fantastic Forest|
|Nelson New Way|