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Phonics

                                                                               Read Write Inc | Ynysowen Community Primary School

At St John's Primary School, we teach children to read using the Read Write Inc phonics scheme.  Below are some information booklets which give you further details about the scheme.

Our main aim, is to teach children to decode texts effortlessly, so that all their resources can be used to comprehend what they read - spell effortlessly, so that all their resources can be directed towards composing their writing.

We embody the The RWI ethos, that lessons should be delivered using the 5 Ps:

 Pace – good pace is essential to the lesson

 Praise/Positive Teaching – children learn more effectively in a positive climate

 Purpose – every part of the lesson has a specific purpose

 Participation - a strong feature of RWI lessons is partner work (based on research which states that we learn 70% of what we talk about with our partner)

 Passion – this is a very prescriptive programme. It is the energy, enthusiasm and passion that group leaders put into the lesson that bring the teaching and learning to life!

At St John's Primary we use the Read Write Inc Scheme to deliver a rigorous, systematic synthetic way of learning to read.  Children will learn sounds and words.  They will learn how to successfully decode using 'Fred Talk'

Our main aims and objectives through using this programme are to teach children to: - decode texts effortlessly, so all their resources can be used to comprehend what they read - spell effortlessly so that all their resources can be directed towards composing their writing.

It is the energy, enthusiasm and passion that group leaders put into the lessons that brings the teaching and learning to life!

Contact Us

St John the Baptist Primary School

High St, Penistone, Sheffield S36 6BS


Infant Site:

Chapelfield Lane, Penistone S36 6FS


Email: Office@penistonestjohns.org

Tel: 01226 762496 | Fax: 01226 766623

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