Curriculum and Assessment
Open House Mondays
Don't forget to pop into class after school each week where the teachers will be freely available to meet with you and discuss your child and the ways you can best support them.
At Quilters Infant School, phonics is taught through a range of whole class, small group and individual activities. Children are encouraged to use their increasing phonic knowledge in shared, guided and independent reading and writing across the curriculum. We have produced our own bespoke phonic videos, the 'Mrs Player and Wadeybear series' and speech and language ideas videos on our website to support learning at home.
Click below to watch Wadeybear now:
We follow the phonics teaching programme 'Letters and Sounds', enriched songs and images from the Jolly Phonics programme for aural and visual stimuli. Click below for some ideas:
A selection of colour banded reading books from popular reading schemes is available in all classrooms, proving children with opportunities to practice their phonic knowledge and recognition of common exception words. Children also select unbanded books from and range of genres to broaden their reading experiences and develop their love of reading.
Supporting pupils in phonics - FS into Yr 1
Speaking and Listen are the foundations for reading and writing and these skills are key to the first and ongoing phase of the 'Letters and Sounds' programme.
Phase Two and Three are covered in Foundation Stage, with Phase Four being introduced to children as appropriate.
In Year One, Phase Four in introduced or briefly recapped and children work through Phase Five, during which they learn alternative graphemes.
In Year Two, Phase Five may be revisited and Phase Six is introduced.
Phases are adapted as necessary to ensure statutory National Coverage for all.
Topic Letters and Year Group Presentations
Year 1 and Year 2 Computing overview
Religious Education in FS
Through a range of planned experiences across many of the 17 Early Learning Goals, children begin to understand who they are, where they belong and the things that are important in their lives. They start to recognise what things are important to others and are developing respect for others, their culture and their religion.