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Phonics

Phonics at Fleet Wood Lane School

 

At Fleet Wood Lane School we are committed to the delivery of excellence in the teaching of phonics. We aim to develop each child so that they are able to read with fluency as well as develop a love of reading that will stay with our children all their lives. Being able to read is the most important skill children will learn during their early schooling and has far-reaching implications for lifelong confidence and well-being.

 

The use of phonics is one of the many skills needed to be able to be a reader and writer. We aim to teach high quality phonics to ensure the children have the best start possible in reading and writing. The learning of phonics is the beginning of children’s body of knowledge, skills and understanding that are an essential part of learning to read. In order to read and understand texts children must learn to recognise/decode the words on the page. Good quality phonics teaching allows the child to be secure in the skills of word recognition and decoding which allows children to read fluently. This will result in children being able to read for pleasure and will allow them to move onto developing higher order reading for meaning skills. These phonic skills need to be taught systematically and involve a variety e.g multi-sensory resources for all learners.

 

Aims

Our overarching aim for phonics at Fleet Wood Lane School is to promote high standards of early reading skill which the child will transfer into all other areas of their learning as well as developing a love of reading.

 We aim to ensure that all children:

  • gain a progressively deeper understanding of the phonetic structure of the English language.
  • apply their phonic knowledge and skills to decode unfamiliar words fluently and accurately.
  • read rapidly to apply what they have learned across the whole curriculum.
  • become fluent readers, confident speakers and willing writers.
  • develop a life-long love of reading.

                                      

At Fleet Wood Lane School we use 'Rocket Phonics' as our chosen phonics scheme.

Rocket Phonics | The English Alphabetic Code | A guide for parents, carers and families

This short video for parents, carers and families explains what the English alphabetic code is and how we teach it through the Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Phonics Information Session for Parents 2022

Here are some links that you may find useful to support your child with learning their phonics skills throughout their school journey. 

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Pink A/Phonics Phase 2

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Pink A/Phonics Phase 2 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Pink B/Phonics Phase 2

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Pink B/Phonics Phase 2 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Red A/Phonics Phase 3

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Red A/Phonics Phase 3 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Red B/Phonics Phase 3

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) colour band Red B/Phonics Phase 3 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Yellow/Phonics Phase 3-4

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Yellow/Phonics Phase 3-4 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Yellow/Phonics Phase 3-4

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Yellow/Phonics Phase 3-4 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Blue/Phonics Phase 4-5 Part 2

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Blue/Phonics Phase 4-5 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Green/Phonics Phase 5 Part 1

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Green/Phonics Phase 5 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Green/Phonics Phase 5 Part 2

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Green/Phonics Phase 5 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Orange/Phonics Phase 5-6 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Orange/Phonics Phase 5-6 Part 2

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Orange/Phonics Phase 5-6 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

Reading Planet Rocket Phonics: Pronunciation of phonics sounds Orange/Phonics Phase 5-6 Part 3

In this short video, you'll hear how every phonics sound (or grapheme-phoneme correspondence) in colour band Orange/Phonics Phase 5-6 is pronounced. You'll also hear a word(s) for each sound so you can place the sound in context. The flashcards featured are taken from the Reading Planet Rocket Phonics SSP programme.

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