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Kings Worthy Primary School



Our writing aim is to develop motivated and independent writers: those who write with understanding and purpose. As the children progress through the school their writing takes a clear journey. The purpose of their writing and who they are writing for is made clear to the children. Within each classroom there is a working wall with their learning journey and tiered words to support vocabulary development. Each year group has a writing overview that has been designed by the staff and influenced by our pupils’ interests. If you would like to find out more about what text your child is reading during their writing sessions, please click on the relevant link below. 

Year 1 Writing Overview 

Year 2 Writing Overview

Year 3 Writing Overview

Year 4 Writing Overview

Year 5 Writing Overview

Year 6 Writing Overview

BBC's 500 Word Stories 2023

Here is a fantastic collection of stories, written by children at Kings Worthy Primary School for the BBC’s 500 word competition.  Each story has been beautifully illustrated by the author.  From animal adventures to magical mischief and mayhem, there’s a story for everyone.

Click on the front cover below to see the amazing stories.

Happy reading!

World Book Day 2024 - Whole School Write

As part of World Book Day, the whole school took part in writing two stories.  The results are very entertaining!

 Group 1 - Whole School Story

Group 2 - Whole School Story


Our 'Guide to Handwriting' is available for you to read about the progression of handwriting at Kings Worthy and the expectations of each year group. Below you can also find a document for your child's year group to support you with how each letter should be formed. These are available for you to print out for further support at home. 

Year R Handwriting Letter Formation

Year 1 - 6 Handwriting Letter Formation

A website that may be useful for further handwriting support is Teach Handwriting.