Primary KS1 & KS2 Writing Schemes of Work

Primary EYFS, KS1 & KS2 Writing Schemes of Work 

We also list Schemes of work for other parts of the English Curriculum, including reading, spelling, comprehension and grammar

Pathways to Write

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Pathways to Write

The Literacy Company

Pathways to Write is an award winning* proven methodology designed to equip pupils with key skills to move them through the writing process towards their final outcome. Each unit focuses on a finite number of skills that are built upon progressively and repeated throughout the year. This allows pupils to build confidence so that each skill can be mastered. To support this approach, clear, detailed, lesson plans and classroom resources to support teacher workload and subject knowledge, are linked to high-quality texts to ensure engaging and purposeful English lessons. The units can be used thematically to encourage a whole school approach to writing with the opportunity for topics to link across all year groups.


Please click here for a sample pack.

Year Group

EYFS – Y7

Contents

Our Primary School package of support includes:


  • Units of work from EYFS to Y6 (option to purchase mixed age planning is available) covering a range of areas in the national curriculum including:

  • Many opportunities for writing in each unit with exemplified shared writing

  • Mastery of vocabulary, grammar and punctuation skills

  • Writing a range of genres across a year

  • Using a wider range of reading comprehension strategies as a      whole class

  • Spoken language activities including drama and presentations

  • Greater depth writing opportunities planned and guidance for pupils working below


Key Document Pack includes:

  • Year group overview grids

  • Tracking document to support pupils working below

  • Feature keys and progression

  • Spoken language and reading tracking

  • Opportunities for the application of grammar and punctuation

  • Wider curriculum map

  • Writing Assessment Grids

  • Introductory training video

Support

The Literacy Company offer a range of training and support delivered face to face, online or via downloadable training modules. Please click here to download our latest brochure with full details and prices of all our in-school support and training.

Impact

Launched in 2018, Pathways to Write is now established in over 200 schools nationwide. In 2020, Pathways to Write won the ERA award for Best Primary Resource non-ICT.


‘A high quality, whole school programme for the teaching of writing, using well-chosen and inspiring texts as a starting point to inspire pupils' own love of writing. The mastery approach adopted is ambitious, challenging young writers at every level, and likely to result in excellent progress for all.’

Judge’s comments – ERA 2020 awards


We now have a range of Pathways Literacy programmes supporting reading, intervention, home learning, poetry and new for summer 2021 Pathways to Spelling. Please visit our website for more details: Pathways Literacy

Cost

Pathways to Write prices start at £250 +VAT for a full year’s planning (6 units) for a single year group, to £1575 +VAT for the whole school programme. The supporting texts are available at a special discounted price from Madeleine Lindley Ltd, visit our page on their website here.


Contact

For more information or to place an order please contact

Nicole Wright – nicole@theliteracycompany.co.uk | 07525 268875

Read to Write

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Read to Write

Literacy Counts

Read to Write is a fully sequenced, coherent and ambitious curriculum for the implementation of writing.  It enables high-quality teaching through evidence-based approaches and places engaging, vocabulary-rich children’s literature at its core. These 90+ page units have been carefully mapped out so the entire statutory curriculum for writing is covered for each primary school year group. Many units have strong thematic links to the Science, History and Geography curriculum too.

Year Group

Reception through to Year 6

Contents

They provide a wealth of authentic writing opportunities across a year and are being implemented with great success because they include:


  • Clear Sequential Episodes of Learning

  • Example Texts (greater depth WAGOLL)

  • Learning Objectives that link to the teaching sequence (Immerse, Analyse, Plan Write)

  • Vocabulary Learning

  • Contextualised Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation

  • Writer’s Knowledge Linked to National Standards

  • Sentence Accuracy Work Linked to National Standards

  • Progressions Documents with Year Group Expectations

  • Reflecting on Unit Outcomes: Planning for Next Steps

  • Example Planning Format

  • Wider Reading for the Wider Curriculum

  • Explicit Links to the National Curriculum


They also enable schools to draw upon the wider curriculum, which supports schools to build rich curriculums.

Support

We provide a wealth of consultancy support to ensure the impact of this resource is maximised. This incorporates support for online resources, phone conferences, webinars and inset days.


In-school support is available for book looks against national standards, work scrutiny, environmental audits, leadership support and helping schools establish systems for monitoring and evaluation

Impact

With over 160 schools that engage with Read to Write in a little over a year and a half, this school improvement tool is gathering great momentum from within and outside the United Kingdom.  Schools consistently report success in improving outcomes for children against national standards. Case studies can be found here. Read to Write is research informed explicit teaching of writing. The research influences can be found here.


Cost

The cost of this resource is £60 for each comprehensive 90-page document that provides a half term planning framework for schools. There are six units per year group which equates to £360 for the full writing curriculum per year group. Download free samples here. Download additional supporting materials here and discounted books are available from Madeline Lindle here.


Contact

admin@literacycounts.co.uk | Jemma 07522 514 759

Hamilton Trust English
Each term has a selection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
Each term has a selection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

The units in each block build up to extended writing.
The units in each block build up to extended writing.

Eye-catching sample texts in our resource packs.
Eye-catching sample texts in our resource packs.

Each term has a selection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.
Each term has a selection of fiction, non-fiction and poetry.

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Hamilton Trust English

Hamilton Trust

Hamilton’s flexible English blocks offer fully-integrated plans and resources for Reception to Year 6. Our themed blocks centre around quality key texts and a corresponding genre. The units within each block complement each other and build progressively towards an extended piece of writing. Start with the core unit and then chose from the other SPaG, comprehension and composition units to build a block of work tailored specifically for your class. 


Each unit provides everything you need to deliver outstanding lessons: detailed, day-by-day plans, printable resources, and, where appropriate, PowerPoints and Group Readers (phonologically decodable texts exclusive to Hamilton Trust).

Year Group

Early Years through to Year 6

Contents

  • Flexible blocks for all years from Reception to Year 6.

  • Each block contains units focusing on Comprehension, SPaG and Composition.

  • Our flexible blocks can be easily adapted to suit your class – teach the core unit then choose from four or five other units or teach them all!

  • Units contain a planning document with a set of resources including text extracts, posters for display and worksheets.

  • SPaG units provide integrated teaching and learning activities and a teaching PowerPoint where appropriate.

Support

Impact

“The English blocks have been full of interesting interactive resources too. My Year 3/4 have loved the use of Harry Potter and Mario to inspire their writing.” Anja, Y3/4 teacher


“Your quality plans and resources have provided invaluable inspiration” Kirsten, Primary school teacher

Cost

There are many free English resources on the site. More details can be found at https://www.hamilton-trust.org.uk/blog/free-english-resources-hamilton/


Become a Friend of Hamilton with a £33 donation per age range (Key Stage 1, Lower Key Stage 2, Upper Key Stage 2), or take out a whole school subscription for just £135 + VAT per calendar year.

Contact

Big Writing

Oxford University Press

Year Group

Cost

R - 6

One-off cost

Children as Writers

Headstart Primary

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

One-off

Clickteaching Writing

Clickteaching

Year Group

Cost

R - 6

Subscription

Cracking Writing

Rising Stars

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

One-off cost

Focus English: At the Heart of the Curriculum

Focus Education

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

One-off cost

Jane Considine's English Unit Plans

Jane Considine Education

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

Subscription

No Nonsense Literacy

Babcock Education

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

Subscription

PM Writing

Scholastic

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

One-off cost

Pathways to Write

The Literacy Company

Year Group

Cost

EYFS - 7

One off cost

Pobble

Pobble Education

Year Group

Cost

R - 6

One-off cost

Power English: Writing

Pearson

Year Group

Cost

3 - 6

Subscription

Real Writing

Plazoom

Year Group

Cost

3 - 6

Subscription

Resource Maze Writing

Resource Maze

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

Subscription

Talk For Writing

Pie Corbett

Year Group

Cost

3 - 6

One-off cost

The Literary Curriculum

The Literacy Tree

Year Group

Cost

R - 6

Subscription

Twinkl PlanIt Writing

Twinkl

Year Group

Cost

1 - 6

Subscription