Phonic Books get thumbs up in Ofsted report

The Sounds-Write training programme has recently had a very successful Ofsted report.  The inspectors also commented on the resources promoted and displayed as part of the training.  Part of these resources were Phonic Books  decodable reading books.

Here is what the inspectors said about them:

“The materials in the Sound-Write programme are clearly designed for regular periods of discrete teaching. Effective delivery of these sessions was exemplified and explored in conscientious detail. Thorough, very supportive materials also accompanied the training.

The ‘Sounds-Write’ materials contain in-built decodable text at all appropriate stages.  Additional materials evaluated as fully meeting the DfE crieteria were also displayed and promoted.”

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