Raising standards in literacy for every child
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Read Write Inc., developed by Ruth Miskin, provides a structured and systematic approach to teaching literacy. It is used by more than a quarter of the UK's primary schools and is designed to create fluent readers, confident speakers and willing writers.
Each Read Write Inc. programme meets the higher expectations of the National Curriculum and uses effective assessment to accelerate every child's progress and prepare them for the National Curriculum Tests.
Comprehensive training is available for all Read Write Inc. programmes to ensure consistent practice across your school.
Find out more about new Read Write Inc. Phonics. Suitable for Reception – Year 1 (and for slow progress readers in Years 2 – 4)
Find out more about Read Write Inc. Spelling. Suitable for Years 2 – 6
Find out more about Read Write Inc. Comprehension. Suitable for Year 2
Find out more about Read Write Inc. Fresh Start. Suitable for Years 5-8 (New edition)
Find out more about Read Write Inc. Literacy and Language. Suitable for Years 2 – 6
See our brief information sheet on SSIF and how you can apply
Register to Oxford Owl for access to free teaching resources and support
Book your place at a free event see Read Write Inc. in action at a local school, meet the training team and network with other schools
Visit a Model School to see Read Write Inc. lessons in action and chat to headteachers and teachers using the programmes
Visit the Ruth Miskin Training website for full details of the training available for Read Write Inc.
Find detailed information of how Read Write Inc. meets the requirements of each UK curricula
Visit our webpage full of handy advice to help parents support their child's reading at home using Read Write Inc.
We are absolutely over the moon with our Reception profile scores for this year & we all firmly believe that Read Write Inc. is the key reason for such dramatic improvements with our Reception children.
Head Teacher, Oakfield Community Primary School
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