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Phonics Counts

Phonics Counts

Help your pupils get back on track with phonics and a love of reading!

Phonics Counts™ is an innovative reading intervention designed by Edge Hill University.
It is based on systematic synthetic phonics for children in Years 1 to 3 who have the greatest 
difficulties with reading and have fallen seriously behind their peers.

It particularly helps those who have an insufficient grasp of phonics as the prime approach to decoding and encoding, including children who have had considerable problems with the Year 1 phonics screening check. 

The Phonics Counts trained teacher will use their specialist knowledge to plan a programme tailored to each child’s needs and support colleagues and parents, raising reading and literacy standards in all classes throughout the school.

For further details download the Phonics Counts Flyer by clicking on the image above.

Our training and support package includes:
  • 7 days of local training by a Reading Support trainer + CPD events
  • Extensive study of systematic synthetic phonics
  • 2 school visits, online guidance + telephone and e-mail support
  • Detailed analyses of children’s progress to evaluate effectiveness
  • Phonics Counts accreditation for teachers and schools that meet quality standards.
A year’s training and support package for a Phonics Counts teacher and school costs:
First year: £2,100 +VAT
Subsequent years: £750 +VAT
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Email SIL@liverpool.gov.uk
Phone 0151 233 3901