Read Write Inc. Programmes - Phonics

Ruth Miskin Training

Read Write Inc. Phonics is for four to seven-year-old children learning to read and write, and for seven and eight-year-olds who need to catch up.

It is a complete literacy programme taught for 20 - 40 minutes a day in Reception and an hour a day in Year 1 and above. It is proven to develop:

  • fluent, enthusiastic readers
  • deep comprehension of texts
  • confident speakers
  • keen writers.

Seven of the twelve schools highlighted as outstanding in Ofsted’s report, Reading by Six, used Read Write Inc. Phonics in their literacy lessons.

Read Write Inc. Phonics

Our training gives strong, clear support alongside the teachers’ handbooks and resources.

Children are taught to:

  • learn to read and write letter-sound correspondences quickly
  • decode effortlessly, spell and handwrite easily
  • comprehend what they read
  • read with fluency and expression
  • write confidently using oral rehearsal
  • work effectively with a partner to articulate their learning at every step.

Every child succeeds.

Read Write Inc. One-to-one tutoring

Every school has some pupils who need more support than most. Our most successful schools have a rigorous system for immediately identifying children who are at risk of falling behind their peers. These children are tutored for 15 minutes every day by highly trained teaching staff using our One-to-one tutoring kit.

It has excellent results both in school and at home with parents or tutors.

Associated initial training options

Further options for trained schools:

Associated resources

Read Write Inc. programmes provide

Read Write Inc. Training

We provide inspiring training along with comprehensive professional development in how to use Read Write Inc. programmes effectively.

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Read Write Inc. Resources

Read Write Inc. resources from Oxford University Press provide an inspirational and rigorous approach to the teaching of reading, writing, spelling and comprehension in line with the new National Curriculum.

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