Year 6 Teacher Guide by


Year 6 Teacher Guide by

All the English skills in the 2014 National Curriculum for Year 6 are gathered into one coherent sequence, which you can use as a complete plan for your whole year's literacy lessons, or as a flexible starting point. This Teacher's Guide provides progression for your pupils, and supports you in delivering a more demanding skills-based curriculum. Treasure House Teacher's Guides are underpinned by five core principles to ensure that all children learn to enjoy and excel in English. * 'Wonder and joy for curious young minds' describes the carefully mapped journeys from immersion in high quality texts through to independent creation. * Reading is a critical academic and life skill for children to develop, so is at the heart of every Treasure House learning journey. * Great teaching requires effective assessment for learning; this is why flexibility is built into the foundations of Treasure House. * Treasure House learning utilises a 'high ceiling, low threshold' approach to differentiation, enabling access and success for all. * Teachers are intelligent decision-makers: Treasure House encourages professional judgement in the crafting of inspirational English lessons.

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Spiral bound
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1st September 2015



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