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Writing

 

The programmes of study for writing at key stages 1 and 2 are constructed similarly to those for reading:

  • transcription (spelling and handwriting)
  • composition (articulating ideas and structuring them in speech and writing)

 

Activities to support your child at home

  • Handwriting practice - There are fun activities to develop and support different physical (gross and fine motor skills) and skill based elements required in developing a good handwriting style and are suitable for all ages and abilities - look at this website for ideas. https://teachhandwriting.co.uk/gross-and-fine-motor-skills-games.html
  • Spellings - children to put spellings in sentences, this will help with understanding the word and basic sentence structure.
  • Creative writing - using visuals at home for children to write a story. Write a diary about their day.

 

Home Learning

  • Phonic videos available online (teachers are providing phonic recorded videos to support your child)
  • Support from teachers for key skills for writing and feedback to support their learning.
  • Spellings and key skills will be provided through Home Learning.

 

Links to support your child at home with Writing

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