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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6

By the beginning of year 5, pupils should be able to read aloud a wider range of poetry and books written at an age-appropriate interest level with accuracy and at a reasonable speaking pace. They should be able to read most words effortlessly and to work out how to pronounce unfamiliar written words with increasing automaticity. If the pronunciation sounds unfamiliar, they should ask for help in determining both the meaning of the word and how to pronounce it correctly.

National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Composition

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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Handwriting

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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Reading Comprehension

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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Spelling

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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation

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National Curriculum KS2 Y5 & Y6: Word Reading

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National Curriculum KS3: Reading

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National Curriculum KS3: Spoken English

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National Curriculum KS3: Writing

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National Curriculum KS4: Reading

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National Curriculum KS4: Spoken English

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National Curriculum KS4: Writing

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Auxiliary verbs

What is an Auxiliary verb?

In this short video, we explain look at a special set of verbs, called auxiliary verbs.

Englicious in the classroom

This short 6 minute film introduces Englicious for primary schools.

Englicious is not simply an accurate reference resource for the 2014 National Curriculum for English, but contains many interactive teaching tools for encouraging primary school students to think about the grammar of their own language use.

English Grammar Day 2016

'Grammar is cool, and it is cool to know your grammar'.

A video about the Third English Grammar Day held at the British Library in 2016.

English Grammar for Teachers

This short 3 minute film, produced by UCL Life Learning, introduces the English Grammar for Teachers course for school teachers.

For more information about the course and to book a place, go to the English Grammar for Teachers page on the UCL Life Learning website.

Nouns, adjectives and determiners

This short film introduces some basic ideas of grammar that everyone should know.

In this film Professor Bas Aarts introduces three basic categories: nouns, adjectives and determiners.

Pronouns, Subjects and Objects

In this film Professor Bas Aarts introduces the ideas behind three more grammatical categories: pronouns, Subjects and Objects

Teaching English Grammar in Context

In this video, we explain about our CPD course for teachers: Teaching English Grammar in Context.

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