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Vision Statement

At The Jenny Hammond Primary School, we believe that English and communication are key life skills. Through our English curriculum, we help children develop the skills and knowledge that will enable them to communicate effectively and creatively through spoken and written language and equip them with the skills to become lifelong learners. We want children to be capable and fluent readers and writers.

We believe that English is central to children’s intellectual, emotional and social development - it has an essential role across the curriculum and helps pupils’ learning to be coherent and progressive. It is at the heart of all children’s learning and enables children both to connect with others effectively for a variety of purposes and to examine their own and others’ experiences, feelings and ideas, giving these order and meaning.


 English cultural capital.pdfDownload
 English EYFS progression map.pdfDownload
 English Intent Implementation Impact.pdfDownload
 English phonics progression map - Rec.pdfDownload
 English phonics progression map - Year 1.pdfDownload
 English phonics progression map - Year 2.pdfDownload
 English whole school progression map.pdfDownload
 National Curriculum - English - Appendix 1 - Spelling.pdfDownload
 National Curriculum - English - Appendix 2 - Vocabulary_grammar_and_punctuation.pdfDownload
 National Curriculum - English - Glossary.pdfDownload
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Helpful Links

Parents and carers are able to sign up to access all the Monster phonics books electronically via computer, phone or tablet. Please follow the link to sign up: 


This useful video shows how to say the Monster phonics pure speech sounds (graphemes and how to say the phoneme): 


This useful video shows the Monster phonics actions (digraph ‘monsters’ and the graphemes associated with them)


The CLPE (Centre for Literacy in Primary Education) has some great book videos of authors reading high quality texts aloud: 


The Book Trust website has some great story books to share with Reception and Year 1 aged children and activities to do with them.




Once Upon a World Book Day...

a collaborative story written and illustrated by the pupils on Jenny Hammond Primary School to celebrate World Book Day 2024