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It’s never too late for phonics

Sheila Mulvenney lays out the many advantages of teaching phonics at all stages of schooling. However skilled we are as readers, even as adults we...

Focussing on phonics

Debbie Hepplewhite offers some practical ideas to support the evaluation of phonics provision in class

In support of phonics

New research confirms the effectiveness of phonics as a method of teaching reading, writes Kathy Rastle

England climbs up reading tables

England has moved up the international league table for teaching reading. The Programme of International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), the international comparison of reading...

Early birds catch the words

Ruth Miskin looks at what schools need to do to ensure children both learn to read and keep reading

A lesson in teaching reading

Ruth Miskin explains how to prevent children slipping through the reading net

No joined-up thinking

Government recommendations for teaching reading are putting out contradictory signals, says Debbie Hepplewhite. So which reading instruction methods are teachers expected to follow?

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