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Whatever your school’s phonics needs, we have the solution
We’re committed to ensuring every child learns to read, so each of our DfE validated systematic synthetic phonics teaching programmes offers a different approach that you can use with confidence. Read Write Inc. Phonics, Essential Letters and Sounds and Floppy’s Phonics Teaching Programme, all offer high-quality classroom resources, decodable phonics books and professional development.
Many of our phonics books closely align to Letters and Sounds (2007) to support reading and build confidence. You can find out more about the books we have available in the Quick Look and in our reading chart.
If you want to review your existing phonics teaching programme and reading books from Oxford, or you need a new phonics programme, your expert local Educational Consultant can support you. Book your free, no obligation phonics review whenever is most convenient.
Used in over 5,000 schools across the UK, Read Write Inc. Phonics is a high-impact phonics programme that transforms reading and writing for every child. This whole-school approach, developed by renowned phonics expert, Ruth Miskin, provides comprehension, handwriting, spelling and composition. Extensive, personalised training delivers long term success for your school.
Featuring the much-loved recurring characters of Biff, Chip and Kipper, Floppy’s Phonics Teaching Programme is a step-by-step and flexible approach that engages children in reading from the outset. Developed by highly respected phonics expert, Debbie Hepplewhite, the programme contains built-in consolidation and revision to ensure every child succeeds.
Developed by teachers from one of the DfE’s English Hubs, the Knowledge Schools Trust, Essential Letters and Sounds is an affordable, easy-to-use programme that gets all children reading well, quickly. The programme helps deliver more effective teaching of phonics based on Letters and Sounds (2007) and works with decodable books you may already have.
Access evaluation material from our decodable phonics reading books and supporting phonics resources.
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