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Can all children learn to read?

Ann Sullivan looks at reading capabilities in children.Whenever asked a question are you, like me, secretly hoping that the answer will be a simple one...

In support of phonics

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

More than words can say

Chris Jolly on how synthetic phonics can help learners with SEN to overcome difficulties with reading

October deadline for phonics match-funding

Schools have until October 2013 to take advantage of the Government’s programme of match funding for approved systematic synthetic phonics products and training. In addition...

Early birds catch the words

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

Budget cut could aid reading

A significant cut in education budgets could help children learn to read. This is the claim of the Reading Reform Foundation (RRF), which argues...

Literacy in the Caribbean

Setting up a new literacy project can be a daunting prospect, particularly when it's 4000 miles away from home. SENCO Jackie Day tells of one such project on two small Caribbean islands

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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Neurodiversity and Education

The authors of this publication combine extensive experience in the fields of education, neurodiversity, teacher training, tutoring and consultancy. Paul Ellis broadcasts regularly on...