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English Curriculum Statement (What we teach, why we teach it & how we teach it)

Phonics

Phonics instruction teaches children how to decode letters into their respective sounds, a skill that is essential for them to read unfamiliar words by themselves. .Having letter-sound knowledge will allow children to make the link between the unfamiliar print words to their spoken knowledge. We use a variety of  methods to teach our children to read.  The majority of our phonics sessions are based on the learning sequence taken from Letters and Sounds.  We also use mnemonics to support the teaching of the graphemes, as this provides visual and action prompts. 

Story Time With Knowsley Safari Park

The reception children were told the story of Colin the Cockroach who made sure the Madagascan jungle was tidy for all the other animals. They then learnt about how important it is to tidy up any rubbish in our environment. Everyone enjoyed the story sessions and taking an active part in telling their own stories.

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Reading Café

Welcome to Cinnamon Brow Reading Cafe!
We opened our doors to friends and family of Cinnamon Brow when we transformed  our school into a reading cafe

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The Book Bus 

The Book People Book Bus visited our school on Welcome to Cinnamon Brow  Reading Cafe day. Pupils, staff, family and friends all enjoyed spending time sharing a love of reading.   

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National Poetry Day 

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