Writing at St John Fisher

At St John Fisher Catholic Primary School, we aim to provide all children with exciting and purposeful contexts in which to become confident and enthusiastic writers. As writing is a life-long skill, it is an essential part of the school’s role to develop each child as a writer. Our policy (see link below) aims to ensure that there is coherence and progression within our teaching across the school so that children have the opportunity to consolidate and develop their skills as a writer.

Writing Policy

Handwriting at St John Fisher

At St John Fisher, children begin learning letter formation through Story Time Phonics sparkle marks in reception. As they move through KS1 and KS2, we use Penpals to teach the joining of letters once a week.

Please look below at our Handwriting policy and information for parents

Handwriting Policy

Penpals for Handwriting Messages for Parents

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Phonics at St John Fisher

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