Language and Literacy

Literacy focuses on developing each child’s ability to understand and use language, both spoken and written, as an integral part of learning in all areas. The development of language and literacy is crucial to living and learning. Language is used to communicate with people, to share and express feelings, to give and obtain information and to understand ideas and develop thoughts.

Language and literacy should be considered in a holistic way, taking account of the integral nature of the areas of Talking and Listening, Reading and Writing which extend across all areas of the curriculum.

Language and Literacy in the Foundation Stage

Framework for Literacy DevelopmentPhonological AwarenessTalking and ListeningWritingReadingReferance Cards

Count, Read: Succeed

Count, Read: Succeed, A Strategy to Improve Outcomes in Literacy and Numeracy

Comhair léigh leat éireoidh Straitéis le Torthaí a Fheabhsú sa Litearthacht agus san Uimhearthacht

Count, Read: Succeed, A Strategy to Improve Outcomes in Literacy and Numeracy

Further details on the strategy can be found on www.deni.gov.uk

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