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S1

A Can recognise own name

S2
A Can locate and recall the title

B Can hold book correctly


C Can recognise front and back cover

B Have secure control of one-to-one meaning

D Can understand that reading is made from


C Use known words to check and confirm reading

writing
E Can understand that print conveys meaning
F

D Start to read more rhythmically or use phrasing

Can differentiate between text and


illustration

while maintaining track of print

G Can name some letters (capitals and lower


E Repeat words, phrases or sentences to check,

case)
H Can talk about stories and use pictures to

confirm or modify own reading

support
I

Can locate the title

Can open the front cover

Predict from meaning, syntax and print to solve


new words

K Can turn pages appropriately


L

Understand that left page comes before right

G Can recognise familiar words in simple text

M Understand that we read print left to right


N Match spoken word to printed word

H Can recognise print structure of a word,

O Locate familiar words and use them to check

individual letters and the space between words

own reading
P

Use the meaning of the text

Q Use language patterns (syntax)


R Predict the story line and some
vocabulary
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S1

Can say how they feel about stories and


poems

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S2

S3
A Can follow print with eyes, only finger-pointing

S4
A Can move through text attending to meaning,

at points of difficulty

print and sentence structure flexibly

B Can take note of punctuation to support the

B Can self-correct more rapidly on the run

use of grammar and oral language rhythms


C Can re-read to enhance phrasing and clarify
C Can cross-check all sources of information

precise meaning

more quickly while reading


D Can solve new words using print information
D Can note familiar words and letter clusters

along with attention to meaning

and use these to get to unknown words,


E Can use analogy with known vocabulary to

e.g. look took

solve new words


E Can search for information in print to predict,

confirm or attempt new words while reading

Notice relationships between one text and

G Can discuss content of the text in a manner

another

Can manage a greater variety of text genre

which indicates precise understanding

G Can predict in more detail

S3
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S4
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S5

S6

A Can read aloud with support

A Can get started without relying on illustrations

B Can make simple deductions with help and

B Can read longer phrases and more complex

prompts from the teacher

sentences

C Can read fluently with attention to punctuation

C Can attend to a range of punctuation

D Can solve new words using print detail while

D Can cross-check information from meaning,

attending to meaning and syntax

syntax and print on the run

E Can track visually additional lines of print

E Can search for and use familiar syllables

without difficulty
F

within words to read longer words

Can manage effectively a growing variety of

Can infer meaning from the text

texts
G Can discuss and interpret character and plot
more fully

S5
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S6
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S7
A Can extract meaning from the text while

S8
A Can look through a variety of texts with

reading with less dependence on illustrations

growing independence to predict content, layout


and story development

B Can approach different genres with increasing

B Can read silently or quietly at a more rapid


pace, taking note of punctuation and using it

flexibility

to keep track of longer sentences


C Can use punctuation and text layout to read

C Can solve most unfamiliar words on the run

with a greater range of expression


D Can adapt to fiction, non-fiction or poetic
language with growing flexibility
D Can sustain reading through longer sentence
E Can take more conscious account of literacy

structures and paragraphs

effects used by writers


E Can tackle a higher ratio of more complex

Can begin to make more conscious use of


reading to extend speaking and writing

words

vocabulary and syntax

S7
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S8
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S9
A Can look through a variety of texts with

S10
A Can read aloud confidently, using expression

growing independence to predict content,

and intonation
B Can comment on the ways in which the book is

layout and story development

written or presented
B Can read silently or quietly at a more rapid

C Can suggest extensions or alternatives to plot

pace, taking note of punctuation and using it

D Can identify and discuss main characters

to keep track of longer sentences

E Can use knowledge of the alphabet to locate


information in dictionaries, indexes etc

C Can solve most unfamiliar words on the run

Can suggest extensions or alternative to plot

G Can read silently most of the time


D Can aapt to fiction, non-fiction or poetic

H Can sustain interest in longer text, returning

language with growing flexibility

to it easily after a break


I

E Can take more conscious account of literacy

as a model
J

effects used by writers

Can use text more fully as a reference and


Can search for and find information in texts
more flexibly

Can begin to make more conscious use of

K Can notice the spelling of unfamiliar words

reading to extend speaking and writing

and relate to known word


L

vocabulary and syntax

Can show increased awareness of vocabulary


and precise meaning

M Express reasoned opinions about what is read

S9
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N Offer and discuss interpretations of


text

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S10

S11
A Can read independently, using strategies

S12
A Can read a range of appropriate texts fluently

appropriately to establish meaning

and accurately

B Can show understanding of main points

B Can justify prediction by referring to the story

C Can express reading preferences

C Can begin to find meanings beyond the literal

D Can extract information from non-fiction

D Can respond to the tension in a story

E Can make sensible predictions

E Can read ahead to determine direction in


meaning

Can use appropriate voices for characters


F

G Can adopt a story-telling voice

Can pause appropriately in response to


punctuation and/or meaning

H Can recognise the main differences between


fiction and non-fiction texts

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S12
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S13
A Shows understanding of significant ideas,

S14
A

themes, events and characters

Can refer to the text to support predictions


and opinions

B
B Can identify key points when reading an

beyond the literal


C

appropriate text

Can show by their answers that they have read


Can tackle unfamiliar and challenging texts
with confidence

C Can use evidence from the text to justify

opinion

Can identify expressive, figurative and


descriptive language used to create effects in
poetry and prose

D Can locate and use information

Can use skimming, scanning and note-making


to identify the gist or key points in a text

E Can show with help that they have used

inference and deduction

Can recognise the ways writers present issues


and points of view in fiction or non-fiction

G Can identify how language is used and


F

Can find relevant words in a text without

structured in a range of texts


H Can recognise complex sentences

prompting

I
G Can show awareness of the listener through
use of pauses, emphasis and pace to entertain

conventions of a range of texts


J

and maintain interest

sentences is shaped by punctuation,


word order or connectives
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Can locate relevant information and use


finding coherently

K
H Can understand how the meaning of

Can recognise and identify the language

S13

Can identify fact and opinion in


a text

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S14

S15
A Can use voice and language to engage the

S16
A

reader

Can use inference and deduction with


confidence

B Can select relevant information from a

range of appropriate texts

Can describe and evaluate authors use of


techniques, e.g. narrative structure, themes or
figurative language, justifying interpretations

C Can identify key features, themes and

by reference to the text

characters across a range of appropriate texts


C
D Can select sentences, phrases and relevant

Can retrieve and collate information from a


range of sources

information to justify opinions


D

Can communicate a sense of the hidden irony

Reads and comprehends text that is abstract

E Can clearly understand the story


F

Can draw on detail to give persuasive

and removed form personal experience

answer to questions
F

Makes critical comparisons between texts

G Can explain implied meanings making


G Can recognise and discuss the elements and

reference to text

purposes of different text structures,


H Can use note-making effectively to summarise
the main points in a text

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e.g. reports, procedures, narratives etc.

S15

S16
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