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At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

At Matthew Arnold reading plays a key part of the curriculum, including; reading for pleasure, guided reading, whole class reading, as well as teaching reading and comprehension skills. All pupils at Matthew Arnold are encouraged to read for pleasure and each class has a dedicated reading area stocked with quality, age appropriate texts aimed to engage a range of readers. We also use the Power of Reading in our English curriculum, which has instilled a love of reading in our pupils.  

Regular opportunities are given for pupils to develop their reading and leadership skills throughout their time at Matthew Arnold, for example, pupils in year 5 and 6 are trained as reading ambassadors and support the reading of pupils in KS1, as well as being trained as librarians.

At Matthew Arnold, pupils are given opportunities to write for a range of purposes, not just in English lessons, but across the curriculum.  Through a consistent approach and quality first teaching, we aim to ensure that the writing our pupils produce, across the curriculum, is of a good quality. As well as the Power of Reading we also use the Talk for Writing scheme, particularly in EYFS and KS1 to raise standards across English in school, including spoken language.

Spelling and grammar also plays a vital part of the English curriculum and regular time is given to teaching both spelling and grammar, using resources such as spelling shed and rising stars’ grammar and punctuation.

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