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Phonics

Children are taught various strategies to help them learn to read, including phonics (sounds), whole word recognition and picture clues. In reception and Key stage 1 we use the `Letters and Sounds’ programme as a basis. Some words however are more difficult to decode. The children learn these `tricky’ words alongside their phonic activities and we often given them actions to make them easier to remember.  Learning these words is essential for fluency in reading and spelling and so they are sent home for practise.

Involvement from home is encouraged right from the start where parents are invited to see how Phonics is taught and how they can help their child by asking questions about the text.

How we teach phonics: an overview of the 'Letters and Sounds' programme.

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