St George's

Church of England Primary School

Literacy

Reading and writing is encouraged in all areas of the classroom, from reading signs and writing names on the snack list progressing to reading books independently and writing sentences.
  • Writing on  a whiteboard

    Writing on a whiteboard

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    Writing on a whiteboard
  • Drawing

    Drawing

    This helps to develop fine motorskills for writing.

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    Drawing
    This helps to develop fine motorskills for writing.
  • Writing names

    Writing names

    At first this may be mark making until the children can recognise letters and form letters correctly.

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    Writing names
    At first this may be mark making until the children can recognise letters and form letters correctly.
  • Writing through play

    Writing through play

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    Writing through play
  • writing

    writing

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    writing
  • Writing outside

    Writing outside

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    Writing outside
  • writing outside

    writing outside

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    writing outside
  • Writing in sand

    Writing in sand

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    Writing in sand
  • Speaking and listening

    Speaking and listening

    Retelling the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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    Speaking and listening
    Retelling the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar
  • Story Time

    Story Time

    Sharing a story with Mrs Edwards.

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    Story Time
    Sharing a story with Mrs Edwards.