We follow the Sounds-Write Synthetic Phonics Program in school.

This process to teaching phonics involves placing the importance of sounds within a word, not as separate parts of a word.

The children engage in daily phonics sessions covering a range of activities including:

*building words with sounds

*identifying the sounds in words and grouping these

*locating words with specific sounds

*reading words with multiple syllables that incorporate these sounds.

Please select the links below to view our most recent information meetings about how Sounds-Write works in school and how the processes can be incorporated when reading at home.  

The PowerPoint slides can also be downloaded to view at your leisure.

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