Pathways to Write is a proven methodology built around units of work which develop vocabulary, reading and writing skills through the mastery approach. The units, for use with pupils from EYFS to Y6, provide clear detailed lesson plans and resources, linked to high-quality texts to ensure engaging and purposeful English lessons. Effective teaching strategies to challenge greater depth writers are included within each unit of work. 42 full units of work, six for each year group from EYFS to Year 6.

Further documents within the package to support the effective implementation of Pathways to Write include: an overview of year group skills from EYFS to Y6, a document to guide the progression and tracking of skills, an overview of reading and spoken language and a progressive guide to genres. Plus writing opportunities for the application of grammar and punctuation and a long term curriculum map.

Within each unit, there are new age-related skills for children to work on and master through a variety of activities and writing opportunities. By limiting the number of skills the units contain, children can really hone their writing techniques, providing excellent, focused assessment opportunities for teachers.

At regular intervals, there are suggestions for extending greater depth writers within the context of the lesson. These are simple, manageable and effective with little additional planning required.

Key elements of Pathways to Write:

  • Six detailed units of work for each year group from EYFS to Year 6

  • PowerPoints for each unit Y1-Y6 to support the delivery of the planning

  • Fully resourced sessions inspired by engaging texts

  • Progressive development vocabulary, reading and writing skills through the mastery approach

  • Links creatively to the wider curriculum

  • Challenges greater depth writers

  • Contributes to the development of cultural capital

  • Full coverage of grammar and punctuation for each year group

  • Suggested whole class read to compliment the main units

  • Ongoing support and contact with consultants available

  • Support for pupils working off track

  • The programme allows for flexibility for your experienced practitioners along with support for those less experienced and ECT’s

  • 3-4 weeks of planning gives schools and teachers time to incorporate other themes and topics into the curriculum

Unfortunately, due to copyright issues, we are unable to publish materials but please see the video below for more information: