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Key Stage 2 Integration Programme (KIP) 

The Key Stage 2 Integration Programme (KIP) commences in Primary 4 with the use of shared reading and guided reading. Exposure to authentic literature is also promoted through reading aloud experiences, whilst a home reading programme commences to promote good reading habits and attitudes. This reading foundation serves as a springboard for students to engage in authentic writing, speaking and listening experiences. A process approach to writing is used to develop in students self-managed writing skills that prepare them to become independent, effective writers in readiness for KS3.


Programme Aims

  • To support the development of school-based literacy programme integrating reading and writing skills
  • To enhance the professional development for English teachers at KS2
  • To improve literacy levels of KS2 students in reading and writing


Please refer to the menu on the left hand side to explore the range of support services and resources offered by the Key Stage 2 Integration Programme

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