Emma Ince is the Deputy Head Teacher at Tudor Primary School in Suffolk, England. She has overseen the school’s progression in literacy by using the Jolly Phonics programme over the last 8 years. In this short video, she discusses the ways they use the programme and the success they have had.
Rush Green Primary School in Essex, England, turned to Jolly Phonics to improve literacy levels across the school. After seeing great progress in their children’s abilities, they have since extended their teaching with the Grammar programme through the years.
We’re delighted to be able to present a brand new series of Jolly Phonics Readers!
These general fiction readers cover the 42 letter sounds across 7 sets, with each covering one particular group of sounds. The last set of readers also feature a small number of tricky words.
Available in July 2019!
Combining English vocabulary and phonics to give children the best start!
We’re delighted to be able to present the Jolly English programme, a brand new English language course that has been carefully developed and sequenced for pre-school children who have little or no knowledge of English.
We have five new videos discussing the five key skills of Jolly Phonics.
These short videos cover Learning the Letter Sounds, Letter Formation, Blending, Identifying Sounds in Words (Segmenting) and Tricky Words.
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