If someone you knew was considering coming on this course, what advice would you give them?

"Definitely go on it. Tells you everything you need to know about the code of English and the skills children need to access/use the code to read and spell. You will be a much better teacher for it."

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A Gold Standard for Literacy

Sounds-Write is a quality first phonics programme, and is probably the finest system of literacy tuition in the English language. Details of the programme, and the reasons for its outstanding reputation, are set out on the page 'About Us'.

 

"I recommend Sounds-Write to every teacher and school leader I meet. At Floreat we teach Sounds-Write in structured lessons in Nursery and Reception as well as Year 1. We achieve consistently outstanding results and our parents are amazed at how well their children can read and spell.

The training is top quality and all staff use consistent methods to teach phonics, reading and spelling effectively. Teachers love the clarity and effectiveness of the Sounds-Write programme and are highly motivated by the achievement and enjoyment of all learners. Skills are taught explicitly and pupils demonstrate confidence and success from the outset. Progress is rapid and the quality of writing from Reception onwards astonishes visitors from other schools.” 

Janet Hilary, Headteacher, National Leader of Education and Chief Executive Officer, Floreat Education


Help your child to read and write: New online course

'Help your child to read and write' is an online course in two parts - and the first part is free! It's aimed specifically at parents and carers who are interested in putting their children on the first steps to literacy. Part 1 covers the first seven units of the Initial Code, and Part 2 covers units 8 to 11 inclusive.

You can find the course by clicking on the graphic below, or go to: https://www.udemy.com/help-your-child-to-read-and-write/learn/v4/overview

 

 

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