Age Related Expectation Documents for Year Groups In English
Phonics Progression
Reading Curriculum Information for Parents
High frequency words
High frequency words are common words, words that appear very often in written texts. They are a mixture of decodable words (words that can be sounded out) and tricky / exception words (words in which the English spelling code works in an unusual or uncommon way, which means the words have to be learned and recognised by sight). Our new phonics scheme refers to these words as 'Harder to Read and Spell' words.

It is really important that children learn how to read these words as they will make up a large proportion of the words they will be reading in everyday texts. 
Recommended Reading Lists
Spelling lists
Outline the statutory spellings children should be fluent with by the end of each academic year/phase.