Welcome to the E.P. Collier English page.
Below you will find links and information about all of the English activities and learning opportunities we have here at E.P. Collier. This covers everything from reading to spelling to handwriting, so please take some time to have a look and use the information to support your child.
If you have any questions, please have a chat to your child's class teacher, who will be happy to help!
Last year we were lucky enough to have a handful of fantastic library volunteers who opened our School Library from 8.15-9am every morning. This meant parents and children could visit the library together to choose books and spend some time together exploring our book shelves.
For this to continue, we really need some more volunteers to commit to opening the library just one morning per week. Please help!
for ore details or to volunteer, please contact Miss Barnes (Year 4)
Spellings are taught by spelling pattern, with homework encouraging children to investigate words that fit within that pattern and even words that work against the rule.
An example of this may be words that used silent letters; children are then asked to find words that use silent letters, ready for a random 10 word test by their teacher.
Children also have to know how to spell mathematical terms and apply them when writing about maths.
Below is a link to the National Curriculum words for each year group. Children in older years must still know the words from previous year groups. Please encourage your child to learn and apply spellings as often as possible.
Would you like to support your child in their English?
Click here for a guide to supporting your child in English, a document published by the Government .