Reading at Audley Junior School
At Audley Junior School, we believe that reading is an essential life skill. Children should be able to read fluently and with confidence in order to develop their learning across the wider curriculum and lay the foundation for success in future lines of study and employment.
We aim to develop a love for reading in all our children. We strive to expose them to a wide variety of literature and authors, exploring both our rich literary heritage as well as literature that reflects the culturally diverse school community we are a proud to be part of.
Please click on the PDF document below to see how we teach reading at Audley Junior School.
At Audley Junior School we measure the impact of our reading strategy using the following:
The percentage of pupils working at age related expectations by the end of Key Stage 2 will be in line or above national average.
The percentage of pupils working above age related expectations by the end of Key Stage 2 will be in line or above national average.
There will be no significant gaps between groups of children and SEND children will make good progress.
Through pupil voice
Audley Junior School children will have been exposed to a variety of genres and text types and they will have developed a love of reading. They will be able to talk about books in a positive way and discuss their likes and dislikes when it comes to literature.