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Course Mappings: Primary EnglishPrimary SPaG - Year 3Primary SPaG - Year 4Primary SPaG - Year 5Primary SPaG - Year 6Primary Reading - Years 5 & 6Designed to help students prepare for the KS2 ReadingAssessment. Includes topics on understanding vocabulary,language, inferring, summarising and identifying details aswell as seventeen practice tests.Course Mappings: Primary SciencePage 1 of 1

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Pi aS elli g Pc aiGaaYea 56This document shows the structure of our Year 5 & 6 SPaG courses The asterisk ( ) denotes the nuggets that only appear in the Year 6 courseTic S a dN gge Na eDiagnostic Word Classes [PSPG0 22Diagnostic Sentence and Text Structure [PSPG0 23Diagnostic Punctuation [PSPG0 24DiagnosticsDiagnostic Tenses [PSPG0 18Diagnostic Prefixes and Suffixes [PSPG0 19Diagnostic Spellings [PSPG0 20Diagnostic Useful Skills [PSPG0 21Nouns [PSPG1 01Common Nouns and Proper Nouns [PSPG1 02Adjectives [PSPG1 03Verbs [PSPG1 04Adverbs [PSPG1 05Prepositions [PSPG1 06Word ClassesPronouns [PSPG1 07Conjunctions [PSPG1 08Identifying Word Classes [PSPG1 09Consonants and Vowels [PSPG1 10a or an [PSPG1 11Determiners [PSPG1 12Possessive Pronouns [PSPG1 13

Abstract and Concrete Nouns [PSPG1 14Modal Verbs [PSPG1 15Adverbs of Possibility [PSPG1 16Relative Pronouns [PSPG1 17Subordinating Conjunctions and Coordinating Conjunctions [PSPG1 18Articles [PSPG1 19Sentences [PSPG3 01Statements [PSPG3 02Questions [PSPG3 03Exclamations [PSPG3 04Sentence TypesCommands [PSPG3 05Statement Question Exclamation or Command [PSPG3 06Imperative Verbs (in Commands) [PSPG3 07Passive and Active [PSPG3 08Subject and Object [PSPG3 09Introduction to Paragraphs [PSPG5 01Headings and Subheadings [PSPG5 02Standard English [PSPG5 03TextFormal and Informal [PSPG5 04Synonyms [PSPG5 05Antonyms [PSPG5 06Capital Letters for Names and I [PSPG7 01Full Stops [PSPG7 02Question Marks [PSPG7 03Exclamation Marks [PSPG7 04PunctuationCommas in a List [PSPG7 05Inverted Commas [PSPG7 06Punctuation with Inverted Commas [PSPG7 09Years 5 & 6 SPaGYear 6 only

Apostrophes for Missing Letters [PSPG7 07Possessive Apostrophes in Singular Words [PSPG7 08Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Ending in s ) [PSPG710Possessive Apostrophes for Plurals (Not Ending in s ) [PSPG711Commas to Clarify Meaning [PSPG712Hyphens [PSPG713Brackets Commas and Dashes for Parenthesis [PSPG714Semicolons Colons and Dashes [PSPG715Colons in Lists [PSPG716Bullet Points [PSPG717Ellipses [PSPG718Semicolons within Lists [PSPG719Simple Present [PSPG6 01Present Progressive [PSPG6 02Simple Past [PSPG6 03Past Progressive [PSPG6 04TensesPresent Perfect Tense [PSPG6 05Past Perfect Tense [PSPG6 06Adding a Verb in the Correct Tense [PSPG6 07Subject Verb Agreement [PSPG6 08The Subjunctive Form [PSPG6 09Coordination of Words and Phrases Using and [PSPG4 01Coordinating Clauses with and and but [PSPG4 02Coordination of Clauses with or and so [PSPG4 03Clauses and PhrasesCoordinating Clauses with and but or and so [PSPG4 04Subordinate Clauses [PSPG4 05Noun Phrases and Expanded Noun Phrases [PSPG4 06Years 5 & 6 SPaGYear 6 only

Expanded Noun Phrases with Prepositional Phrases [PSPG4 07Fronted Adverbials [PSPG4 08Adjectives and Adjective Phrases [PSPG4 09Relative Clauses [PSPG4 10Prepositional Phrases or Subordinate Clauses [PSPG4 11Root Words [PSPG2 01Compound Words [PSPG2 02Word Families [PSPG2 03Prefixes unPrefixes subPrefixes redis and mis [PSPG2 04inter and super [PSPG2 05auto and anti [PSPG2 06Singular or Plural [PSPG9 17Plural Suffixes 1 [PSPG9 13Plural Suffixes 2 [PSPG9 14Suffixes ing and ed [PSPG9 18Prefixes and SuffixesSuffixes ful and less [PSPG9 19Suffixes ment and ness [PSPG9 20Suffixes er and est [PSPG9 15The Suffix y [PSPG9 16Spelling Rules for the Suffix ous [PSPG8 01Spelling Rules for the Suffix ation [PSPG8 02Spelling Rules for the Suffixes ally and ly [PSPG8 03Spelling Rules for the Prefixes inThe Prefix reilim and ir [PSPG8 04over and de [PSPG8 05The Suffix ate ise and ify [PSPG8 06Syllables [PSPG9 01Spelling SoundsIntroduction to Homophones [PSPG9 02Years 5 & 6 SPaGYear 6 only

Homophones 2 [PSPG9 03Words Ending in sure and ture [PSPG9 04Words Spelt ou and Pronounced u [PSPG9 05The i Sound Spelt with a y [PSPG9 06Words Ending in tionsionssion and cian [PSPG9 07Words with the k Sound Spelt ch [PSPG9 08Words with the sh Sound Spelt ch [PSPG9 09Words Ending with the g Sound Spelt gue and the k Sound Spelt que [PSPG9 10Words with the s Sound Spelt sc [PSPG9 11Words Spelt ei eigh or ey [PSPG9 12Words Ending in cious or tious [PSPG9 21Words Ending in cial or tial [PSPG9 22Words Ending in antanceancyentenceency [PSPG9 23Words Ending in able and ible [PSPG9 24Adding Suffixes to Words Ending in fer [PSPG9 25i Before e Except After c When the Sound is ee [PSPG9 26Words Containing ough [PSPG9 27Silent Letters [PSPG9 28Homophones 3 [PSPG9 29Dictation [PSPG10 03Proofreading [PSPG10 01Useful SkillsThe Alphabet [PSPG9 21Using Dictionaries [PSPG10 02SPaG Assessment 1 [PSPG11 01SPaG Assessment 2 [PSPG11 02Year 3 4 SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 3 [PSPG11 03SPaG Assessment 4 [PSPG11 04Years 5 & 6 SPaGYear 6 only

SPaG Assessment 1 [PSPG11 08Year 5 SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 2 [PSPG11 09SPaG Assessment 3 [PSPG11 10SPaG Assessment 4 [PSPG11 11SPaG Assessment 5 [PSPG11 12SPaG Assessment 6 [PSPG11 13Year 6 SPaG AssessmentsSPaG Assessment 7 [PSPG11 14SPaG Assessment 8 [PSPG11 15Statutory Spelling Test 1 [PSPG12 01Statutory Spelling Test 2 [PSPG12 02Year 3 4 Statutory Spelling AssessmentsStatutory Spelling Test 3 [PSPG12 03Statutory Spelling Test 4 [PSPG12 04Statutory Spelling Test 5 [PSPG12 05Statutory Spelling Test 1 [PSPG12 06Statutory Spelling Test 2 [PSPG12 07Year 5 6 Statutory Spelling AssessmentStatutory Spelling Test 3 [PSPG12 08Statutory Spelling Test 4 [PSPG12 09Statutory Spelling Test 5 [PSPG12 10Years 5 & 6 SPaGYear 6 only

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Introduction to Summary PR4 012csummarise main ideas from morethan one paragraphSummarisingSummarising PR4 02Summary Ordering Events PR4 03Summary Summarising Paragraphs PR4 04Opinions PR5 01Facts PR5 02Introduction to Characters PR5 03Impressions PR5 04Understanding Characters PR5 052dmake inferences from the textexplain and justify inferenceswith evidence from the textUnderstanding the Whole Text PR5 06InferencesInferences in Poetry PR5 07Clues in the Text PR5 08Understanding Actions PR5 09Inferring from Description PR5 10Finding Evidence PR5 11PEE Characters PR5 12PEE PR5 132epredict what might happen fromdetails stated and implied2fidentify explain how informationnarrative content is related andcontributes to meaning as awholePrediction PR7 02Structure Prediction and ComparisonStructure of a Text PR7 04Structure PR7 01Onomatopoeia PR6 01Similes PR6 02Alliteration PR6 032gidentify explain how meaning isenhanced through choice ofwords and phrasesLanguageMetaphors PR6 04Imagery PR6 05Personification PR6 06Vocabulary Choice PR6 07Year 5 & 6 Reading

Introduction to Poetry PR6 082hmake comparisons within thetextStructure Prediction and ComparisonComparing Changes PR7 03Comparing Similarities and Differences PR7 05Practice Fiction A Little Princess PR8 01Practice Fiction My New Puppy PR8 02Practice Fiction Day One PR8 03Practice Fiction The Nightmare Holiday PR8 04Practice Fiction Late for a Very Important Date PR8 05Practice Fiction Bookworm PR8 06Practice (Inference) Fiction Jayda s Discovery PR8 07Practice Non Fiction Swallows PR8 08Practice QuestionsPractice Non Fiction Franklin D Roosevelt PR8 09Practice Non Fiction Nelson Mandela PR8 10Practice (Vocabulary) Non Fiction Florence Nightingale PR8 11Practice Non Fiction Kipchoge The Running Legend PR8 12Practice Non Fiction English Civil War PR8 13Practice Non Fiction Butterflies PR8 14Non Fiction Earthquakes PR8 15Practice Poetry Endangered Animals PR8 16Practice (Inference) Poetry The Giant in the Garden PR8 17Year 5 & 6 Reading

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