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Read Write Inc. Fresh Start: Teacher Handbook

Give struggling students a Fresh Start in reading and writing

Series Editor Ruth Miskin

Suitable for:  Teachers of students in Years 5-8 (P6-S2) who have a reading age of 9 or below and require reading and writing intervention.

Price:  £54.75

ISBN: 978-0-19-839883-7
Publication date: 22/06/2017
Paperback: 248 pages
Dimensions: 297x210mm

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This new edition of Read Write Inc. Fresh Start rescues pupils aged 9 and above who are below age-related expectations, using a phonics-based approach.
The Handbook provides detailed guidance on how to implement Fresh Start as your literacy programme.


  • The new Handbook incorporates all teaching notes and guidance in one place, including the Speed Sound lesson plans
  • It now includes lesson plans for teaching every Module
  • It is an essential tool and supports teachers with effective assessment, lesson planning, and organisation to ensure their struggling students learn to read and write confidently
Age range 7-11

Available as part of these packs:

Read Write Inc. Fresh Start: Starter Pack

This page was last updated on 21 June 2021 at 04:30 GMT


  • I like everything about the new program, the children enjoy and feel confident with the structure of the current program and would move effortlessly to the new structure recognising that there are a few changes but the basis of the program remains the same. I like the fact that the program links more with the current curriculum. - Aston and Cote Church of England Primary School, Oxfordshire
  • The teaching notes are more prescriptive, clear and concise and they make the planning of lessons much easier. - Romilly Primary School, Barry
  • These activities are perfect. They provide excellent SAT-type practice questions for grammar and cover what was in Edit 2 in a much better way. The content for the writing and the range of genre are equally perfect. - Ince Church of England Primary School, Wigan
  • The level of success in reading, spelling and comprehension the children have achieved has been truly amazing. - Aston and Cote Church of England Primary School, Oxfordshire
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