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Science, History, Geography, Design and technology, Art and Music are taught primarily through project-based learning. The Letters and Sounds programme is followed, providing a synthetic approach to the teaching of phonics. Each session gives an opportunity for children to revisit their previous experience, be taught new skills, practise together and apply what they have learned.
Phases of the Phonics Programme The majority of children in Reception begin with Phase 2, which marks the start of systematic phonic work. Most children will have studied phase 1 phonics in nursery. Grapheme-phoneme correspondence is introduced.
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The process of segmenting whole words and selecting letters to represent those phonemes is taught writing the letters to encode words. Phase 3 completes the teaching of the alphabet and then moves on to cover sounds represented by more than one letter, learning one representation for each of the 44 phonemes. At this stage just one spelling is given for each phoneme. No new phonemes are introduced at this phase.
It is expected that children will enter Phase 5 as they begin year 1, broadening their knowledge of graphemes and phonemes for use in reading and spelling. They will learn new graphemes and alternative pronunciations for these and graphemes they already know, where relevant.
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Also the accurate spelling of words containing unusual GPCs eg laughs, two. The school spelling programs complement the phonics learning from Reception through to the end of KS1. The spelling of high frequency and tricky words are taught continuously throughout the phases. The national Phonics screening check is performed in June of Year 1. Prior to this, the Year 1 phonics workshop gives parents information about how they can support their children at home with phonics.
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The purpose of the screening check is to confirm that all children have learned phonic decoding to an age-appropriate standard. The children who did not meet the required standard for the check in year 1 enter again in year 2 with additional support. Children will learn to read with confidence, fluency and understanding, providing them with the skills required to achieve a lifetime of enjoyment through reading.
Children read in school independently, in guided reading groups, with reading buddies including sixth formersand as a shared class session. They also have an opportunity to read with their parents in school once a week with our shared early morning reading time.
They listen to adults and other children read, taking part in paired reading with their own and other age groups.Kungs - We'll Meet Again (ft. Emma Carn)
Our Reading aims are: To develop phonetic skills which lead to blending and reading accurately and fluently.
To promote confidence and positive attitudes to reading through access to a wide range of literature.
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To develop their vocabulary and comprehension of what they have read. To enable children to analyse what they read and to participate in discussion and debate about texts. Moses frequently tries to reason with Him, but to no avail. God has absolutely no concerns about inflicting a whole race of Egyptians with The Plagues, not only the privileged aristocrats who maintain the social status that so infuriates God, but the ordinary, poor Egyptians we witness sobbing over dead cattle and the corpses of their sons.
The Plagues are spectacularly CGId to life, with rivers of blood, frog and fly infestation and…er…alligators, impressively rendered, perhaps unsurprisingly given the enormous special effects budget.
The most affecting scene is, of course, the deaths of the firstborn. A chillingly silent episode when the audience witnesses the death of child upon child, breaths extinguished with barely a sound as a shadow passes over them. Beach hero Thrusting the tiny lifeless body of his infant son at Moses, Pharaoh Ramese expels the Israelites from Egypt and the exodus begins.
Moses leads his people to freedom and then, seemingly to a dead end: They all camp out on the beach as our hero, wielding his trusty sword rather than a rod, worries that God has abandoned him and his people.
Not a parting down the middle a la Cecile De Millebut a tremendously convenient shifting of the tide, so that the Israelites cross not without some difficulty and the Egyptians, and Moses, are left to be enveloped by the crashing waves as the sea returns to normal. Moses returns to Zipporah, who barely raises a beautifully groomed eyebrow when she discovers that her errant husband has brought scores of Israelites with him. Mealtimes are going to become strategic events in the Moses household.
In the final scene Scott cuts to a contented looking geriatric Moses, riding with the stone tablets on which the Ten Commandments are written.
At least it looked as if the God straight out of Italia Conti was making an exit at that point.