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Explore our catch up and intervention resources
From reading intervention to maths recovery programmes, we're here to support you and your students with our resources to help get your teaching and learning back on track.To better support all students learning at their own pace and ability, we offer a range of resources to help you build tailored interventions into your day-to-day teaching.
Applying proven intervention methods and incorporating the latest research evidence into effective classroom practice will help to ensure Oxford catch-up and intervention programmes achieve extremely high success rates. Materials are highly engaging to ensure struggling pupils are motivated, with online professional development available to increase the impact.
We also have a wide range of resources to support student and teacher wellbeing as evidence from an Oxford Impact study showed that wellbeing and academic attainment are strongly linked.
Ensure your students are reading at the right level to best suit their progress
An intervention programme with proven results, for 9 to 13-year olds still learning to read and spell accurately with good comprehension.
A proven reading intervention with an online subscription, for children who are a year or more behind in their word reading.
Providing an integrated approach to teaching core literacy skills at primary level.
Rigorous synthetic phonics teaching for reading and writing success
Read Write Inc. Fast Track Tutoring provides a simple, but powerful solution to accelerate pupils’ reading progress and is available for Phonics - Reception to Year 4 (P1 to 5), and Fresh Start – Years 5 to 8 (P6 to S2).
Discover the new Comprehension Express Catch-Up Tutoring Packs, which are perfect to use with small groups and individuals. These packs have been designed to help pupils in Years 4-6 (P5-7) meet expected standards in reading comprehension quickly.
View the slide deck to see how Oxford are working with the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) to support approved tuition partners and schools in and outside the classroom.
Discover resources for teachers and parents to support children's wellbeing and resilience.
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