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Phonics


We have collected some useful resources to support understanding of phonics.

The National Literacy Trust

 

Every community faces different challenges and we need local solutions. Significant government investment and a national educational policy have not achieved results in the most deprived areas.

We believe that by taking coordinated action at a local level to drive up literacy levels, we can support increased educational attainment and employability skills, and improve health outcomes and social capital.

National Literacy Trust Hubs and regional campaigns help communities to achieve these aims. 

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Oxford Owl's

 Let our professional storytellers take you on an adventure! This range of storytelling videos includes stories suitable for all primary school ages. 

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Phonics Play

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 There has been a huge shift in the past few year in how we teach reading in UK schools. This is having a big impact and helping many children learn to read and spell. Phonics is recommended as the first strategy that children should be taught in helping them learn to read. It runs alongside other teaching methods such as Guided Reading and Shared Reading to help children develop all the other vital reading skills and hopefully give them a real love of reading. 

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Letters & Sounds

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 Whether you are a parent or teacher, you can use these free resources to help support the DfES Letters and Sounds phonics programme. 

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BBC Words & Pictures

 These activities focus on Consonant-Vowel-Consonant words (eg cat, hat). This area of phonic knowledge is introduced in the Year 1 Term 1 objectives of the National Literacy Strategy Framework. 

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Articulation & Phonemes