English including reading schemes

Reading & reading schemes

We are very fortunate in Sudley Infants to have over 30 different reading schemes. All children will follow their own unique reading journey and will have an opportunity to read books with different genre from a variety of reading schemes. Here at Sudley we value the importance of reading for pleasure so we have a a huge amount of non reading scheme books that the children can choose from. We also use ‘Bug Club’ which is an online reading scheme which children can access at home via the Active Learn website. These books are very interactive and loved by children and parents.

Click here to log in to Bug Club using your username and password.

 

Bug Club can be accessed on an iPad by downloading either of the following applications from the Apple App Store:

The Rover App
Puffin Browser

or just type in to Google ‘Active Learn on Ipad’ and it will give you instructions

 

Listed below are some of the reading schemes used in school:

Bug Club

Story World

New Way

Ginn 360

Oxford Reading Tree

Cambridge Reading

Eye Witness Readers

Alpha World

Giggle and Grin

The Book Project

Dominoes

Through the Rainbow

Hummingbirds

One Two Three and Away

Four Corners

Sunshine Books

All Abroad

Flying Boot

Story Chest

Open Door

Supersonics

Happy Venture

Jolly Phonics

Spirals

Foundations

First Stories

Griffin

Big Cat

Read, Write Inc

Song birds

Sails

Badger Books

Tree tops

Project X

Bangers & Mash

Reading Workshop for parents 2017
10 Tips on Hearing Your Child Read 2017

Writing

At Sudley Infant School we base our writing activities on a combination of the Hamilton Trust scheme and the needs of individual year groups.

Grammar presentation for parents 2017
Vocabulary list for parents 2017

 

Phonics

We base our phonics teaching on the Letters and Sounds publication.

Letters and Sounds is a phonics resource published by the Department for Education and Skills. It aims to build children’s speaking and listening skills in their own right as well as to prepare children for learning to read by developing their phonic knowledge and skills.

Children in Year 1 complete a phonics assessment called the Phonic Screening Check.  More information about this can be found in the assessment section of the website.

Phonic scheme: Letters and Sounds
 Suggested websites to support phonics at home 2017
Articulation of Phonemes
A useful video clip showing the correct ‘pure’ pronounciation of phonemes (units of sound).