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Phonics: choosing a programme

Documents to help schools choose a phonics teaching programme.

We have developed core criteria for effective systematic synthetic phonics teaching programmes. These self-assessment forms contain a full list of the criteria alongside statements by the publisher demonstrating how their product meets each of the criteria.

We’ve reviewed these completed self-assessment forms to make sure the products meet our criteria and that the self-assessments provide an accurate reflection of the products.

We do not endorse or rank the publishers or products that appear in this list.

Documents

Full programmes

Supplementary resources

  1. Phonics self-assessment form: Adaptaboard Advanced

    • Guidance
  2. Phonics self-assessment form: Autopress Education

    • Guidance
  3. Phonics self-assessment form: Bug Club

    • Guidance
  4. Phonics self-assessment form: Dandelion Books

    • Guidance
  5. Phonics self-assessment form: Jolly Readers

    • Guidance
  6. Phonics self-assessment form: Letterland Phonics Readers Sets 1 to 4

    • Guidance
  7. Phonics self-assessment form: Letterland 'My Alphabet' storybooks

    • Guidance
  8. Phonics self-assessment form: Monster Phonics

    • Guidance
  9. Phonics self-assessment form: Project X Phonics

    • Guidance
  10. Phonics self-assessment form: Read Write Inc - Fresh Start

    • Guidance
  11. Phonics self-assessment form: Reading Corner Phonics

    • Guidance
  12. Phonics self-assessment form: Songbirds Phonics

    • Guidance
  13. Phonics self-assessment form: Sound Phonics

    • Guidance
  14. Phonics self-assessment form: TTS Group

    • Guidance
  15. Phonics self-assessment form: Teach Your Monster to Read

    • Guidance
Published 16 July 2014