Friday, 23 March 2012

Phonics and Spelling programme

Guidance for use

Progression in Spelling (encoding)

Practitioner should judge the point at which their class and individual children should begin the programme

Select five words a day to work with; teaching children how to put sounds together to make words; going from left to right (encoding)

Together as a class use each word in a sentence. Children can then read these independently later

In addition to this programme, children should be given a period for uninterrupted silent reading at KS2. KS1 and EYFS should share stories, poems and rhymes daily and children given a poem or rhyme per week to memorise. Daily handwriting practice is also recommended

NB: Early EAL and SEN pupils will be operating outside their Letters & Sounds phases or year group. Please refer to their individual IEP.

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