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Resources for Early Years and Key Stage 1
Story scribing overview
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Story scribing overview

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is an overview of story scribing and how to do it to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. It would be useful as an introduction to story scribing and to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted. See also Story scribing autumn/spring term and summer term which provide checklists for all staff and adults working with children to show expectations at differing phonic levels.
Phase 1 Aspect 7 daily interventions
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Phase 1 Aspect 7 daily interventions

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A weekly plan for daily activities to consolidate phonics Phase 1 Aspect 7 oral segmenting and blending. I have used it for additional intervention with a teacher/TA.
Phase 1 Aspect 7 phonics tracker
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Phase 1 Aspect 7 phonics tracker

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A tracker to show children's progress within Phonics Phase 1 Aspect 7 segmenting and blending and determine next steps. Handy for teachers/TAs to use during interventions.
Story Scribing expectations for Autumn and Spring terms
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Story Scribing expectations for Autumn and Spring terms

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is a checklist of expectations for children of different abilities in Reception for adults to use as they work with the children to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. See also Story scribing summer term expectations and Story scribing overview to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted.
Story scribing expectations for Summer Term
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Story scribing expectations for Summer Term

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Story scribing is used to build writing skills in Early Years. This is a checklist of expectations for children of different abilities in Reception for adults to use as they work with the children to ensure high standards and enable all staff/volunteers/students to move learning forwards. The sounds/tricky words expected to be known are based on those used in Actiphons and Letters and Sounds, so may need adjusting if you use alternative phonics programmes. See also Story scribing autumn/spring expectations and Story scribing overview to explain story scribing to staff, volunteers, governors, SLT and Ofsted.
Story Scribing Resources
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Story Scribing Resources

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Story scribing helps to increase enthusiasm and develop skills in early writing for children in EYFS and KS1. This bundle contains an overview for staff and grids of expectations for all staff working with children.