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Digital subscriptions to support your teaching
Oxford Owl is home to award-winning subscriptions and free resources to support teaching and learning in primary schools and at home.
There are currently three different Read Write Inc. annual subscriptions available on Oxford Owl for School: Read Write Inc. Phonics Online, Read Write Inc. Phonics eBook Library and Read Write Inc. Spelling Online. From January 2022, a new subscription for Read Write Inc. Literacy and Language will be available.
Teachers can register with Oxford Owl for School for free access to a small number of resources from all Read Write Inc. programmes, alongside curriculum matching charts.
Oxford Owl for Home offers expert advice and free resources for parents and carers.
A subscription to Read Write Inc. Phonics Online is essential to fully implement the programme with success in your school. The annual subscription includes hyperlinked editions of Handbooks 1 and 2, along with printable assessments, Story Green Words, Speedy Green Words, and front-of-class display resources.
The Read Write Inc. Phonics eBook Library includes the core Storybooks, plus some additional non-fiction titles: 109 eBooks in total. Recently added assignable activities help children to practise a range of skills including phonics, spelling, vocabulary, plot sequencing, and inference, from home.
Read Write Inc. Spelling, for Years 2-6 (P3-7) builds upon Read Write Inc. Phonics to maintain progress and help children develop confident spelling. The online subscription is fully embedded with the programme’s teaching resources, and now includes over 1,000 activity screens which pupils can also access from home via a Class Login.
Parents and carers can visit the Read Write Inc. Phonics pages on Oxford Owl for Home to access lots of free resources to help their child’s phonics at home. The free resources include How-to videos, Speed Sounds sheets to download, free eBooks, and handy guides.
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