How your pupils could benefit from unified tracking of progress in spelling

Some pupils find it near impossible to learn the spelling rules of the English language at the rate that is required and dictated by the English Programmes of Study.

Which is why we have produced a whole-school spelling programme that adopts a cumulative approach to spelling and offers unified tracking of your pupils’ progress - ensuring that pupils are able to progress in spelling more rapidly.

This approach also ensures that everyone knows what has gone before and what comes next, making it easier to respond to the demands of the English Programmes of Study.

Our Spelling Programme is suitable for Foundation, Key Stage 1, and Key Stage 2 pupils, thus making it possible for schools to adopt a whole-school spelling policy.

The Foundation and Key Stage 1 Spelling Programme (based on DFES - Letters & Sounds) consists of eight Spelling Practice Activity Books and a Weekly Spelling Lists resource.

Leading on from this is our Key Stage 2 Spelling Programme. This consists of a Weekly Spelling Lists resource, four Spelling Practice Activity Books, three Spelling Practice Activity Books for revision, and two Spelling Practice Activity Books for extension.

Within the programmes are diagnostic tests for assessment, record sheets, vocabulary development work, games, dictionary work, personal spelling logs, supplementary lists which encourage repetition for less able pupils, and a number of extension tasks for gifted and talented pupils.

You can order our Whole School Spelling Programme, which includes the KS1 and KS2 Spelling Lists books, plus 17 activity books, together on our website. Or, if you prefer, you can buy the resources separately.

You can see the full range of resources which make up the Foundation and Key Stage 1 Spelling Programme by clicking here. And to see the full range of resources which make up the Key Stage 2 Spelling Programme, click here.

As always, you can order any of our resources in the following ways:

Published by Topical Resources on Wednesday, January 27, 2016 in Topical Resources Blog

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