Your child's writing will develop...
Ways to tap into their imagination and unlock those thoughts into written words.
Be introduced to new, innovative and exciting ways to extend their first ideas into greater detail.
Learn how to discuss their ideas and change and improve them through discussion and reflection.
Believe that they have creative merit, and have a fantastic opportunity to excite others with their ideas.
Understanding of the needs of their reader, whether they are looking to be entertained in a story, or be told something they wish to know.
Plan writing beforehand, so that when the final writing begins, your child knows how and why they are writing.
Use paragraphs clearly, and understand how their reader understands the meaning of what is written.
Know how to start, link and finish their writing clearly.
The skills to check their writing, and how to make changes that improve the overall quality and impact.
To creatively choose words which have the most impact.
To understand different kinds of words, and how to use them effectively.
Inventively change and adapt their choice of words to interest a reader.
Understand the affect the choice of words have, and how they can change a reader's emotions.
Write sentences for different purposes.
Write sentences for different types of readers
To use different ways of making their sentences interesting to read.
Make sentences that are simple or more complex, with thought as to which kind to write.
To understand when to use long or short sentences to their best effect.
To ensure sentences are grammatically correct.
To use punctuation accurately and with imagination.
To always think about who is reading their written work, why it is being read, and how to impress their reader to the greatest effect.
How to bring their readers into the world your child wishes to create.
Develop their own style, feel confident, and know that their writing will have an impact on their audience.