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Catch Up and Intervention using Floppy's Phonics Teaching Programme

Rigorous synthetic phonics programme offering comprehensive support for all learners

The programme offers practical guidance and comprehensive resources to support teaching and learning in school and at home.  Effective for whole-class teaching and for catch-up and intervention.

Using the programme's assessment materials you can assess where your children are in their learning and identify those children who need additional support.

Informed by your assessment, organise your children into three groups:

  • Main phonics teaching
  • Intervention
  • Children who have specific gaps in code knowledge

Contact your Educational Consultant for advice on how to resource your intervention group using the catch-up premium.

Training options are available directly from Debbie Hepplewhite.
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Case study

Case Study on Floppy's Phonics Teaching Programme

Read how Hartford Manor Primary School have been using Floppy's Phonics Teaching Programme during school closure


Using for catch-up and intervention

Read our guide on how to use for catch-up and intervention groups

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