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At Churchill School we believe that literacy underpins the broad and balanced curriculum we provide to ensure that every child makes outstanding progress during their time with us.


Through talking, listening, reading and writing we express ourselves and communicate with others; therefore it is essential that we give children the skills to use language with clarity and creativity throughout primary school and beyond. We are committed to developing a lifelong love of books and literature, which we believe is fundamental to an inclusive and inspiring English curriculum.



We aim for all pupils to be able to:

  • articulate their ideas and feelings in ways which take account of their readers of listeners;
  • read a range of rich and varied texts with interest and enjoyment;
  • develop a curiosity about words and their meanings which contributes to a growing vocabulary in spoken and written forms;
  • enjoy the process of weaving stories and creating non-fiction pieces for particular audiences;
  • write with accuracy and meaning for a range of purposes.


Our curriculum follows the 2014 National Curriculum and is underpinned by quality children’s literature, which motivates and engages the children and leads to quality writing outcomes.

Please contact the school office if you would like further information about our curriculum or any area covered on this page.