At Brackley C of E Junior School, we aim to create a positive reading culture by providing a curriculum that is broad, meaningful and enjoyable, to enable us to equip our pupils with a lifelong love of books. As a junior school, we aim to further develop the pupils’ early reading and phonics skills, which were acquired during their infant years, and support our children in becoming fluent, confident and enthusiastic readers, who are readily able to access and enjoy a rich variety of texts and genres. Our goal is to make reading at the heart of daily life at Brackley C of E Junior School, with books being shared, celebrated and promoted as an integral part of our school day; through daily guided reading, shared reading, paired reading and reading for pleasure, along with our direct teaching of reading through our English units.
It is our aim at Brackley C of E Junior School that every pupil leaves KS2 with a love for reading, an ability to read for meaning and for purpose and for them to have acquired the necessary skills for decoding and comprehension of a wide variety of text types. We aspire for our readers to have gained confidence, fluency and pleasure from our reading curriculum, for them to have acquired a rich vocabulary and be able to express their opinions and views of literature. Reading is prioritised at Brackley C of E Junior school to allow our pupils to access the full curriculum offer and we plan that, through our rigorous, sequential approach to the reading curriculum, the pupils will develop fluency, confidence and enjoyment in books, for life.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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