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UK Programmes 

The national curriculum for English reflects the importance of spoken language in pupils' development across the whole curriculum – cognitively, socially and linguistically.

Spoken language underpins the development of reading and writing.

The Mighty Oak programme for each class explicitly address the 12 targets of spoken language. 

There is an easy to 'copy and lift' document attached to each year group, to evidence this learning. 

A child’s ability to use spoken language has a profound effect on their attainment as well as their social and emotional wellbeing. Through impactful oracy teaching young people gain the confidence, self-belief and courage to speak in public and share their thoughts, intellect and creativity with the world in ways in which people will listen.  Improving oracy education could therefore provide an immense opportunity to “level-up” and improve the outcomes of all children, particularly the most persistently disadvantaged.  (All parliamentary response to the Speak for Change Inquiry)

Year 2 Programme
Year 5 Programme
Year 3 Programme
Year 6 Programme
Year 4 Programme
Year 7-8 Programme
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