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Catch-up and Intervention

Resources to support your recovery curriculum

Get 20% off print resources until 23rd October 2020.
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We’re here to support you with your recovery curriculum. From reading intervention to maths recovery programmes, we have the resources you need to help your pupils get back on track.

Applying proven intervention methods and incorporating the latest research evidence into effective classroom practice helps 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.

Literacy resources

Project X Code

Project X CODE

Project X CODE is a proven reading intervention, with a NEW online subscription coming in September 2020, for children who are a year or more behind in their word reading.

Read Write Inc. Fresh Start

Read Write Inc. Fresh Start

An intervention programme with proven results, for 9 to 13-year olds still learning to read. It teaches pupils to read and spell accurately and fluently with good comprehension.

Nuffield Early Language Intervention

Nuffield Early Language Intervention

A 20-week intervention programme, developed by a team of experts, to help children aged 4–5 overcome language difficulties

Maths resources


Numicon Recovery Resources

Implement a maths catch up programme for KS1 and KS2 with Numicon’s Breaking Barriers and Big Ideas.


Oxford National Curriculum Tests

The Oxford National Curriculum Tests

Assessments can be a helpful tool to determine how to most effectively support pupils and highlight which areas in particular they may require additional support or intervention. Find out how the Oxford National Curriculum Tests can be used to inform ongoing teaching and learning needs.

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