Through our teaching of writing, we aim to develop
|Title||Key Stage 1||Key Stage 2|
|Narrative||• Write stories set in places pupils have been. • Write stories with imaginary settings. • Write stories and plays that use the language of fairy tales and traditional tales.• Write stories that mimic significant authors. • Write narrative diaries.||• Write stories set in places pupils have been. • Write stories that contain mythical, legendary or historical characters or events. • Write stories of adventure. • Write stories of mystery and suspense. • Write letters. • Write plays. • Write stories, letters, scripts and fictional biographies inspired by reading across the curriculum.|
|Non-fiction||• Write labels. • Write lists. • Write captions. • Write instructions. • Write recounts. • Write glossaries. • Present information. • Write non-chronological reports.||• Write instructions. • Write recounts. • Write persuasively. • Write explanations. • Write non-chronological reports. • Write biographies. • Write in a journalistic style. • Write arguments. • Write formally.|
|Poetry||• Write poems that use pattern, rhyme and description. • Write nonsense and humorous poems and limericks.||• Learn by heart and perform a significant poem. • Write haiku. • Write cinquain. • Write poems that convey an image (simile, word play, rhyme and metaphor).|
|Note:||Only the following are statutory at KS1:
||Only the following are statutory at KS2:
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