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Handwriting

This section of the site is to support those hoping to improve their presentation and handwriting.
 
An Apprentice Scribe write in a pencil. 
An Apprenctice Scribe is able to: 
üCorrectly forms all the letters of the alphabet when printing letters, both lower case and Capital Letters
üForms letters that are of the correct size and spacing
üProduces writing that sits mostly on the line with descenders travelling below
üSuccessfully joins some key letters, such as diagraphs
üCrosses out their errors with a pencil line, and not a rubber 

A Scribe write in a pen. 
A Scribe is able to: 
üCorrectly forms all the letters of the alphabet when printing letters, both lower case and Capital Letters
üForms letters that are of the correct size and spacing
üProduces writing that sits mostly on the line with descenders travelling below
üSuccessfully joins some key letters, such as diagraphs
üCrosses out their errors with a pencil line, and not a rubber

A Master Scribe write in a fountain pen.
A Master Scribe is able to: 
üWrites with a clear, fluent style
üUses neat handwriting consistently across all areas of work, including their homework
üAdapts their writing to a range of purposes, for example using CAPITALS or italics.

If at any time you drop the standard of your writing , you will lose your master or scribe pen until you get it back to normal. You must keep up your good standard !.