If it works for you then it is a good system for you. If it works for your class then it is a good system. It wouldn't work for me because I'd be bored brainless listening to children read 1-1 for an entire afternoon. I also can't see mine concentrating on worksheets linked to spelling and comprehension for an entire afternoon. I like doing GR in 1/2 hour slots each day. I have 5 groups in my class, 5-8 children per group. They rotate through the activities each day. Group 1, with me reading and discussing their book. I hear them read and listen to their discussions. Tick assessment boxes that keep other people happy. Group 2, with TA doing handwriting. The TA is a saint as not all children in a reading group have the same handwriting needs, so she works with each child individually and doesn't go mad in the session. Group 3, reading comprehensions at their reading level. They do write the answers and it works for them. Most take two weeks and then I mark them. Group 4, have fun writing with the 'writing box'. A large plastic box with a variety of papers, pencils and pens. They can write anything they wish in any format. It isn't marked or assessed, just about having fun writing. Group 5 are in the reading corner. They can read a book from there or their own choice of book. We have books made from work done in class and sometimes they choose those. They are allowed to read alone or in a pair. Total free choice. I get to hear each child read once a week. They get an independent comprehension once a week. They get 1-1 handwriting help once a week. And they get to enjoy reading and writing independently once a week. I'm hoping the same system will work with KS1 in September.