KS 1 Phonic Scheme
At Kislingbury School we structure our phonics teaching around the Letters and Sounds Scheme. To aid with the teaching we also use a number of tools to support the learning.
Usually, each year we run an information event for parents about the teaching of Phonics at the start of each year. Due to the current retrictions we have uploaded our guide below. The initial 17 slides are important, the remiander may be useful to give you a picture of the structure we use. If you wish to discuss the teaching of phonics please speak to your class teacher.
You can help your child by at home by saying the ‘pure’ sound as seen/ heard in the clips detailed below, this will assist them with learning their phonics. We will do the same and also teach the children letters and sounds every day in streamed group lessons as well as providing them with relevant activities in free flow and independent time. Learning the phonics (sounds of the letters) will help your child in being able to read and write. We will also provide sound and word card for your chilld to bring home and learn. These will include 'sight words' which do not follow phonetic rules.
Detailed below are some useful websites that will help you support their phonic development.
Phonics Letters and Sounds Mouth close up.
Select each letter to hear the sound.
The Letter Sounds Song.
A range of phonics games and activities