Reading remains a key priority. It is vital that your child reads for at least 20 minutes per day and records their achievements in their reading record. It is important to listen to your child read regularly and support their reading and comprehension at home. Of course, this is not always possible.
Alongside the Accelerated Reader scheme, we also have a wider range of texts that children are free to sample as part of our Reading for Pleasure. Children are also allowed to read books from home and complete reading quizzes on these too. We challenge the children to increase their word count (taken from the words read in each book) and stretch themselves fully. The more books they read, the higher their word count is at the end of the year.
Miss Fleming, as Literacy Lead, will set each class a challenge to reach a certain word count together.
Reading content domains highlight the elements of the national curriculum that will be assessed as part of the English reading test in the KS2 SATs. The reading domains of KS2 include author choice, vocabulary, compare, contrast and comment, retrieval, inference, summary and prediction.
A content domain is the information or criteria that's being tested or studied. Reading content domain relates specifically to reading.
The reading domain for KS2 is based on the national curriculum and is used to make sure pupils understand the information they've been taught.
Below are some links to enhance your child's knowledge and understanding within the domains: