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Hornbeam Academy

Literacy/English

Your teachers suggest that you play some fun word games to help you to develop your vocabulary.  Boggle and Scrabble are fun and you might even get good enough to beat your teachers!

 

Key Stage 1

www.phonicsplay.co.uk

There are lots of free educational games to play here.  Can you blend the words to earn coins in "Buried Treasure"?  Can you work out whether Obb and Bob's words are real or made up?

Suggested reading list for year 1.

Suggested reading list for year 2

 

Key Stage 2

primarygamesarena.com

You can find lots of games here which cover all kinds of interesting subjects.  Find something fun and share it with your teacher in your next lesson.

Suggested reading list for year 3.

Suggested reading list for year 4.

Suggested reading list for year 5.

Suggested reading list for year 6.

Here's a fantastic year 5 or 6 lesson for you to work on independently at home.  You can learn about writing newspaper articles and then write one on this worksheet.

Here are some useful Powerpoint presentations for revising key topics:

 

Key Stage 3

http://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/z3kw2hv

Try some of the tasks here to help you to develop your reading and writing skills.  Make sure you show your teacher what you have done.

Suggested reading list for KS3.

Here are some useful Powerpoint presentations for revising key topics:

 

Key Stage 4

Prepare for your English Language paper here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zr9d7ty

and your English Literature paper here: https://www.bbc.co.uk/education/subjects/zckw2hv

Simply choose your exam board, select a topic and away you go...!

Or, for a more detailed introduction to your topics, work through the PowerPoint presentations below:

Suggested reading list for KS4.