Children can ask and answer questions to show understanding of a text, referring to what they have read as the basis for their answers.
Children can describe characters in a story and explain how their actions contribute to the events that happen.
Children can determine the meaning of words and phrases as they are used in a text.
Children can read and understand informational texts, using what they have learnt to form opinions and arguments.
Children can read age-appropriate words with irregular spellings.
Children can read a range of age-appropriate texts with purpose and understanding.
Children can read with accuracy and fluency to support a high level of comprehension.
Children can develop and broaden their vocabulary by reading a wide range of texts.
Children can read and understand instructions provided in written format.