Child friendly reading targets for the new curriculum
The biggest change of new curriculum for reading was the removal of the 7 previous assessment foci and the introduction of two new reading content domains: comprehension and word. Our child friendly reading targets for the new 2014 curriculum reflect this change and present the primary reading curriculum in easy-to-understand language for pupils, parents and teachers.
Exciting Egyptian pyramid theme
Each year group’s reading targets (Y1 to Y6) have been written in child-friendly language by an expert panel of primary educators – to ensure coverage in the new National Curriculum. The Egyptian pyramid theme is sure to appeal to primary pupils – both boys and girls. Each reading target is presented in a box, with three smaller boxes so teachers can indicate when a target is met. These boxes can also signify “beginning”, “developing” or “secure” – if your school uses that system. View a Sample
Help parents help their children read better
With these child friendly reading targets maps, parents will know exactly what the age-related expectations are in reading. They will know exactly what is expected of each year group and will be able to help their child progress, step-by-step. In addition, they will be able to ask meaningful, targeted questions – rather than ask the children to retell what they have just read.
Reading Targets – School Usage
These Reading Target Maps will be under licence of your school to replicate for your own school use. You can print them as individual pupil booklets or as colourful posters. They can also be used as coverage maps so school leaders can be sure that coverage of the National Curriculum is taking place. Teachers who use them report increased confidence that they are teaching at the correct level in this new curriculum. You receive the maps as jpeg and PDF, and also have the maths targets in Microsoft Word and Excel so your can use them in planning or school assessment documents.