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We use core texts to plan quality written outcomes.  This high quality literature is used to engage and inspire the pupils, and provide rich models of writing for them to imitate in their own independent writing, through style, voice and language structure. 

At the start of a writing unit, time is spent on the first stage of the writing process - inspire, immerse, analyse and practicing skills, then they move onto planning, quality written outcomes, editing then publishing.  Time is then devoted to producing the final high quality written outcome.

All classrooms at Rectory Farm have an English Learning Wall, which provides scaffolds and models for the pupils’ writing, including higher-order vocabulary, examples of a range of sentence types, along with models of the quality written outcome that the children are working towards.  The learning walls are updated continuously over the unit to support pupil learning.