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My Letters and Sounds is a comprehensive, fully supported resource that will enable your staff to deliver systematic, synthetic phonics instruction throughout Reception and Year 1.

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Bring your phonics to life with a brand-new validated SSP programme

My Letters and Sounds is a brand-new systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) programme, validated by the DfE and aligned to Letters and Sounds. Developed by expert authors, the scheme offers your staff everything they need to deliver effective phonics instruction, allowing teachers to concentrate on how to teach, rather than what to teach, and focus on the needs of their class.

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  • Validated by the Department for Education.
  • 110 decodable Readers aligned with Letters and Sounds.
  • Daily lesson plans with supporting photocopiable and digital resources.
  • Write-in phonics workbooks that link to each lesson.
  • Handy Classroom Kit full of physical resources.
  • High-quality CPD training.

Fully Decodable Phonics Readers

The My Letters and Sounds Phonics Readers are exciting, fully decodable stories that perfectly match the progression of the My Letters and Sounds SSP programme.

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  • 110 fully decodable texts aligned to Letters and Sounds.
  • Attractive, contemporary illustrations give the Phonics Readers the look and feel of 'real', high-quality picture books.
  • Written in natural language, with plenty of humour, the story texts focus on a wide variety of themes to appeal to young children from a variety of different backgrounds.
  • Download the full phonics coverage chart.

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Teacher's Handbook

Teacher's Handbooks for Reception and Year 1 include everything you need to teach systematic synthetic phonics with confidence. Each Handbook follows a simple structure, with content divided into teaching guidance (including advice on assessment), lesson plans and photocopiable resources.

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  • Step-by-step instructions guide you through key teaching processes.
  • A huge range of photocopiable resources are provided in each Handbook, including word
  • cards and sentences with matching pictures.
  • Perfect for teachers who are new to phonics and those more experienced looking for planning that matches the latest best practice.

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Digital Resources

From friezes to sound mats, My Letters and Sounds includes a wealth of digital downloads to support your phonics teaching. These ready-to-use resources are organised by phase and type, making it easy to find what you are looking for.

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  • Weekly Resource Packs include larger versions of the photocopiable resources needed for each week's lessons in a handy format for printing or displaying on a whiteboard.
  • Additional digital resources include displays, audio and games to support lessons.
  • Digital assessment checks and record sheets are available for each term, together with guidance on providing targeted support and keeping-up sessions for children at risk of falling behind.

Classroom Kit coming soon

Physical versions of some of the most popular resources, including friezes and mnemonic flash cards, will be available in September 2022.


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Pupil Books

These write-in workbooks can be used at school or at home to practise the key phonics skills of grapheme recognition and recall, blending to read and segmenting to spell, and build children's confidence in reading and writing captions and sentences.

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  • Highly targeted practice and integrated revision of recently learnt GPCs and tricky words
  • Can be used flexibly, at school or at home to provide additional support to children who need help keeping up with their peers.
  • Provides a useful permanent record of achievement for each pupil.

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Find answers to commonly asked questions about My Letters and Sounds in our dedicated FAQ section below.


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Classroom Kits

My Letters and Sounds includes two handy Classroom Kits, one for Reception and one for Year 1. The kits contain larger and more durable versions of many of the core resources provided in the Teacher's Handbooks or as downloads, including:.

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  • classroom friezes
  • sound mats
  • mnemonic flashcards
  • grapheme cards and words cards for each phase
  • phoneme frames and phoneme frame letters
  • picture cards for matching

Expert CPD training

The My Letters and Sounds training programme offers high-quality and affordable sessions for schools that need help implementing the programme, upskilling staff and supporting the effective delivery of the programme.

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  • Training is always live so that teachers have the opportunity to ask questions
  • Sessions can be can be delivered online or in-person
  • Training can be broken up into (as 1.5-hour twilight sessions) or combined into half-days (3 hours) or full days (6 hours).

Pricing

My Letters and Sounds is an affordable phonics programme, with reduced school prices available across the scheme. There is no complicated subscription required, making it easy for schools to mix and match in any combination they wish or buy as a complete package.

Reception

A typical package for a single form entry school:

  • One Teacher's Handbook
  • Six sets of 75 Readers
  • 35 sets of four Phonics Pupil Practice Books

£1,370 (RRP £2,400.50)

Year 1

A typical package for a single form entry school:

  • One Teacher's Handbook
  • Six sets of 35 Readers
  • 35 sets of four Phonics Pupil Practice Books

£890 (RRP £1,452.50)

All books can be purchased individually, with Teacher's Handbooks available for £50.00 (RRP £70.00), Phonics Pupil Practice Books for £3.00 (RRP £3.95) and Readers for £2.00 (RRP £3.95).

Frequently Asked Questions

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Is My Letters and Sounds a complete systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) teaching programme?

Yes, My Letters and Sounds is a complete SSP programme providing all the teaching guidance, daily lesson plans and resources needed to teach systematic synthetic phonics (SSP) to children throughout Reception and Year 1.

The programme retains the phase structure of the original Letters and Sounds progression, but the phases are linked to the school terms to help ensure that children meet or exceed the expected standard in the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check and all Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS) and National Curriculum expectations for word reading through decoding by the end of Key Stage 1.

Is My Letters and Sounds a DfE validated programme?

Yes, My Letters and Sounds was submitted to the DfE's Validation Panel at the end of March 2022 and was judged to meet all the most recent DfE criteria for an effective SSP teaching programme. While there is no statutory requirement for schools to choose one of the validated SSP programmes, the DfE strongly recommends that schools consider using a programme from the approved list. You can view the full list of validated phonics programmes here.

Does the programme include multi-sensory resources and activities like mnemonics and rhymes?

My Letters and Sounds provides a range of multi-sensory resources and activities to support the introduction of new grapheme-phoneme correspondences (GPCs) and phonics skills, including:

  • visual mnemonics, to help children remember graphemes and their associated sounds
  • audio to listen to and join in with, including enunciation guides and a fun alliterative sentence linked to each mnemonic
  • letter-writing patters for each single-letter grapheme to help children remember the correct letter formation
  • Phoneme frame letters for children to physically manipulate graphemes on a phoneme frame to help them understand the process of segmenting for spelling
  • sound buttons that children can touch while sound-talking words to support the process of identifying and blending individual phonemes.

Physical activities, such as writing letter shapes using a range of materials and textures, are included for use outside the daily phonics session. These activities have been carefully chosen to ensure that they are straightforward and quick to carry out, and that the primary focus is always on the phonics learning, rather than on the activity itself. There are also further suggestions for using toys and themed actions to reinforce learning in the teaching guidance.

Is letter formation taught in the programme?

Yes, letter formation is taught when single-letter graphemes are first introduced using letter formation patters linked to the mnemonics. The Phase Two and Phase Three teaching guidance explains how to teach letter formation using a multi-sensory approach. Once children are confident forming the letter shape with their finger, they progress to writing the letter on paper or on the relevant spread of the corresponding Phonics Practice Pupil Book.

Teachers are encouraged to make additional time outside of phonics lessons to reinforce letter formation using activities provided in the teaching guidance and resources such as Letter formation practice sheets, which are available to download here. Formation of capital letters is not taught until Phase Three, so that children are not confused with lower-case letters. Again, letter formation patters and practice sheets are provided to reinforce capital letter formation outside of phonics lessons.

The letter formation practice in the Phonics Practice Pupil Books, on the letter formation practice sheets and on letter formation diagrams on the Mnemonics include clear starting points and directional arrows to support correct non-cursive letter formation.

While children are learning to form letters correctly, they are taught to segment and spell words using a phoneme frame and phoneme frame letters. Writing words is introduced gradually towards the end of Phase Two, where children might just be asked to write the last two letters to complete a word. In Phase Three, they progress to writing complete words consisting of learned GPCs. Similarly, writing sentences is introduced gradually in Phase Three. First, children write the last word in a sentence modelled by the teacher, then a two- and three-word caption and finally a short sentence. Sentences are dictated by the teacher so they are in line with children's phonics knowledge and contain tricky words so these are also practised regularly in sentences.

What assessment materials are available and how do you use them?

Ongoing formative assessment is at the heart of My Letters and Sounds. 'Assess' statements in the daily lesson plans help to focus teachers' observations on the children's learning in that session, highlighting any content that needs to be reinforced so that subsequent teaching can be adjusted.

A daily assessment schedule for each phase or term allows you to use 'snapshot' assessments of a different group of children during each phonics teaching session to monitor individual children's progress in the key areas of grapheme recognition and recall, blending to read and segmenting to spell. Grapheme recognition and recall group record sheets are provided where you can record which graphemes are secure for each child.

The programme also provides end-of-phase (or end-of-term) summative assessment to assess children's learning at that point and check progress against the expected standards. Assessment statements set out what children should be able to do at each point in the year and assessment checks linked to the main assessment statements are available to download here.

Children identified as having gaps in their knowledge, or specific skills they need to develop, should be given extra teaching time in the form of small-group or one-to-one specific separate interventions, while children who are making the slowest progress (for example, the lowest-attaining 20%) should be given extra practice to ensure they can keep up with the pace of learning in lessons. Guidance on providing both extra support, in the form of keeping up sessions, and targeted support in the form of strategies and activities to help secure some key phonics knowledge that children may not have grasped, can be downloaded from the Schofield & Sims website. These activities and interventions reuse activities and resources used in the main daily phonics session, and are designed to take a minimal amount of time for teachers or trained TAs to carry out.

The Phonics Practice Pupil Books can also be used to provide extra practice each day to reinforce and consolidate learning for all children, including those at risk of falling behind. The children might begin the activities at school and then complete them at home.

How does your programme support Phase One or children who aren't ready for phonics?

Although most of the Phase One content relates to the Nursery part of the EYFS, the Reception Teacher's Handbook does contain guidance and activities relating to Phase One. It is recommended that you use the Phase One activities during the first fortnight of the Reception year, while school routines are being established, to practise key skills such as oral blending and segmenting while the children are settling in.

In addition, there may be some children starting Reception who still need to develop their awareness of sound and these children will benefit from continued use of the Phase One activities. This work would be done alongside, rather than instead of, the formal daily teaching of phonics that begins in Reception. Children do not need to have mastered all the skills in Phase One before beginning Phase Two.

The Phase One activities are organised into seven aspects, starting with general sound discrimination and moving on to sounds found in words. However, this does not represent a fixed order to be worked through: the boundaries between these different aspects are flexible and will overlap.

The teaching guidance for Phase One provides a bank of activities for each aspect, which teachers can draw on when planning activities for groups of children. The activities for each aspect are divided into three strands:

  • Tuning into sounds (focusing on developing listening and discriminating between sounds)
  • Listening and remembering sounds (focusing on developing auditory memory and the sequencing of sounds)
  • Talking about sounds (focusing on developing vocabulary and language through talking about sounds, suggesting ideas and expressing opinions).

The emphasis on developing speaking and listening skills and enlarging vocabulary is present in all of the activities, as these are crucial for future success in reading. This means many of the activities in Phase One fall within the Communication and Language area of the statutory framework for the EYFS (and the Early Learning Goals 'Listening, Attention and Understanding' and 'Speaking'). Children are taught about good listening and encouraged to talk about the activities, participate in discussion and take turns to contribute.

The activities are largely adult-led and often designed for small groups, as this provides opportunities for the children to talk at length and have purposeful conversations with teachers, as well as hearing and using new vocabulary.

There is also a strong focus on using story, rhyme, poetry and song. This helps develop the children's listening skills, language and awareness of sounds within words, and is, again, something that should continue throughout the Reception year.

Does the programme allow for streaming?

My Letters and Sounds has been designed in such a way that streaming is not necessary. All children progress through the phonics content at the same pace in the daily phonics lessons. In line with the DfE's criteria for effective SSP programmes, specific guidance is given on providing smaller, more targeted activities and specific separate interventions for those children who struggle to grasp particular concepts or who generally struggle to keep up. These activities and interventions reuse activities and resources used in the main daily phonics session, and are designed to take a minimal amount of time for teachers or trained TAs to carry out.

Does the programme include Year 2?

Phase Six is the Year 2 section of the original Letters and Sounds progression. My Letters and Sounds does not currently have a Phase Six component, though it is in development. Please contact our customer service team for further details on when Phase Six will be available.

Can I use the My Letters and Sounds resources with my child if their school isn't using the programme?

My Letters and Sounds is closely aligned to the original Letters and Sounds progression and as such, some elements, including the Phonics Readers and Phonics Practice Pupil Books, may be suitable to use alongside other phonics programmes. However, we strongly recommend that you speak to your child's class teacher before using the My Letters and Sounds resources to ensure a consistent approach to phonics teaching for your child.

The My Letters and Sounds progression

How closely does My Letters and Sounds align with the original Letters and Sounds?

For the most part, the progression of My Letters and Sounds matches that of the original Letters and Sounds. It follows the same phase structure and contains much of the same phonics content. The programme does however incorporate some additional content from the 2014 National Curriculum.

This progression is effective because it introduces the GPCs in a very specific order and allows for children to begin blending and segmenting within the first few weeks of starting phonics teaching in Reception.

The key differences between the My Letters and Sounds progression and the original Letters and Sounds progressions are:

  • The phoneme /ure/ has been moved from Phase Three to Phase Five, because it does not appear in many words young children are likely to encounter.
  • There are two different units of Phase Four. The first is an eight-week long unit at the end of Reception, designed to consolidate the first year's learning. The second is a shorter revision unit at the start of Year 1, to refresh children's memory of the learning from Reception after the long summer break. It is only four weeks long to allow for a prompt start to Phase Five.
  • As Phase Five spans the whole of Year 1, the original progression has been adjusted and organised into three terms so that the expected standards are met at the appropriate times. Throughout this phase, GPCs are introduced in a structured sequence based on their complexity and how frequently they appear in words young children are likely to encounter.
  • Each phase of My Letters and Sounds has revision and consolidation of previous learning built into it, in the form of several weeks' worth of revision and consolidation lessons.

The pace of My Letters and Sounds is similar to the original Letters and Sounds but not identical. This is because it incorporates more time for revision and consolidation. In Phases Two to Four, children usually learn four new GPCs per week as well as some tricky words. In Phase Five, the pace is slowed to three new GPCs per week to allow for the more demanding work being taught. In the original Letters and Sounds, they continued to learn four new GPCs per week in Phase Five.

Further details on the My Letters and Sounds Progression can be found in the My Letters and Sounds Progression Chart.

How are common exception words or tricky words introduced?

Tricky words, as they are referred to in My Letters and Sounds, are taught in a sequence based on how frequently they are likely to occur in texts children will encounter. The children first learn to read the tricky words, noting the part of a word that makes it tricky. Then, when they are familiar with reading the words, they learn to spell them. Some of the tricky words taught in Reception are no longer 'tricky' by Year 1, as the children have by then learnt the necessary GPCs.

Children learn to decode five tricky words in Phase Two (to, the, I, no, go). These words are necessary to make simple captions and sentences and so are important for early reading. The number of tricky words introduced at this stage is kept to a minimum, as children need to learn to rely on their knowledge of GPCs to decode words.

Children learn to decode 12 tricky words in Phase Three and 14 tricky words in Phase Four. In Phase Five, they learn to decode 43 tricky words they are likely to meet when reading. At this stage, children are able to take on board tricky words more easily, as they are more aware of alternative GPCs.

Children are taught to spell tricky words once they have had sufficient practice decoding the words and are able to read them automatically: once children are familiar with the tricky part from reading, it is easier for them to remember it for spelling. Children learn to spell four tricky words in Phase Three, 12 tricky words in Phase Four and 30 tricky words in Phase Five.

The My Letters and Sounds Progression Chart sets out the tricky words children are taught to decode each week and when they are taught to spell them. By the end of Phase Five, children will have learnt to decode and spell all the tricky words from the 'List of 100 high-frequency words' (Masterton, J., Stuart, M., Dixon, M. and Lovejoy, S. (2003) Children's Printed Word Database: Economic and Social Research Council funded project, R00023406 ). Words from the National Curriculum list of common exception words that were not included in the original Letters and Sounds are also included.

Phonics Readers

Do you have decodable readers and are they available in an electronic format?

Yes, there are currently 110 My Letters and Sounds decodable readers available, with further readers in development. The Phonics Readers perfectly match the progression of the My Letters and Sounds programme and are designed to be used from the second week of Phase Two, allowing children to apply their phonics knowledge and skills to read 'real' books from a very early stage.

All the books feature high-quality illustration and photography and include helpful tips and activities on the inside front and back covers to support parents and other adults as they read the texts with children. Particular care has bee taken to use natural language that follows children's speech patterns as well as topics and settings that many children be able to relate to, incorporate rich, age-appropriate vocabulary to be enjoyed, discussed and explored.

A digital library containing all 110 books is available on an annual subscription (RRP £350.00 / Teacher price £175.00). The e-readers are provided in a flexible and secure FlippingBook format that can easily be shared via your school's VLE. Please contact our customer service team for more information.

What is the purpose of the underlining and blue highlighting in the readers and is it phased out?

In the Reception Phonics Readers, digraphs and trigraphs are underlined to remind children that the two or three letters make a single sound. Tricky words are also coloured blue to remind children that some or all the graphemes in them make an unexpected sound. In the Year 1 Phonics Readers, this scaffolding is phased out, as children should by this stage be able to identify digraphs and trigraphs independently and should be becoming proficient at recognising and reading tricky words.

How do you use the Phonics Readers and how many do you need?

The Phonics Readers should be read outside the daily phonics session to develop children's independent reading. There are a variety of ways that the readers can be used depending on the setting and how the Phonics Lead chooses to organise reading.

One option might be for children to read them with the class teacher or a trained teaching assistant one to one, or they could be used in small groups of up to six children who are at the same level in their phonics knowledge. They could also be sent home to allow children to practise reading with their parents and carers. You can find further suggestions for using the Phonics Readers in one-to-one or guided reading sessions in the Suggested ways to use the My Letters and Sounds Phonics Readers download here.

Children should read each book a number of times to help build up their fluency, their recognition of high-frequency words, and their confidence in word reading. In school they could reread the books with an adult to develop fluency and comprehension, then with a 'reading buddy' to secure their learning. You could collect books they have read in 'familiar reading' trays or displays, building up a range of books that children can read and reread in subsequent weeks. They could also take the books home to reread.

Although the focus is on word reading, you should always ask some simple questions to check whether children have understood what they have read. It is important for children to recognise that reading is not just about decoding words; it's also about understanding what those words mean in context. The Phonics Readers include sets of questions to ask before, during and after reading to encourage active reading and build comprehension skills.

Is it possible to use the My Letters and Sounds Phonics Readers on their own or alongside another programme?

Given the close alignment of My Letter and Sounds with the original Letters and Sounds progression, it may be possible to use the My Letters and Sounds Phonics Readers, and other elements of the programme, alongside another validated SSP or as part of your school's own programme, provided these are also based on the original Letters and Sounds progression.*

If your schools is already using a programme from the validated list that is not My Letters and Sounds and you are looking to supplement that programme with additional readers, we recommend that you consult the My Letters and Sounds Readers Phonics Coverage Chart to assess how closely the readers match your school's phonics programme in terms of the progression of GPCs and tricky words.

*Note: Schools receiving support through the English Hubs must follow a programme from the DfE's validated list.

Resources

Is it possible to adopt the programme without using the Phonics Practice Pupil Books?

The Phonics Practice Pupil Books provide additional opportunities for pupils to practise the key phonics skills of grapheme recognition and recall, blending to read and segmenting to spell, as well as building children's confidence in reading and writing captions and sentences. With a page or double-page spread for every new learning point in My Letters and Sounds, the books can be used flexibly, at school or at home, to consolidate the work done in the daily phonics session.

Since they are intended for use outside the main phonics sessions, it is possible to teach the core phonics knowledge and skills within the programme without using the Phonics Practice Pupil Books. However, in order to experience the full benefits of the programme, particularly with respect to supporting those children who need help to keep up with their peers, we do recommend that schools consider using the Phonics Practice Pupil Books with some, if not all, pupils.

Are answers available for the questions in the Phonics Practice Pupil Books?

Yes, you can download answers to all the questions in the Phonics Practice Pupil Books from the Digital Resources section on the website.

What digital resources are available?

In addition to the photocopiable resources provided in the Teacher's Handbooks, an extensive set of additional digital resources is available to download for each phase. These include:

  • Weekly Resource Packs comprising larger versions of the photocopiable resources needed for each week's lessons, including mnemonics, word cards and captions and sentences for reading in a handy digital format for printing or displaying on a whiteboard.
  • Additional digital resources including colourful friezes, games to support the lesson plan activities and audio resources in the form of alliterative sentences and enunciation guides.
  • Digital assessment checks and sheets are available for each phase, together with guidance on providing targeted support and keeping-up sessions for children at risk of falling behind.

All of the digital resources are free to download and do not require the creation of an account. You can find a complete list of the My Letters and Sounds digital resources here.

What resources are provided in the Classroom Kits?

My Letters and Sounds includes two handy Classroom Kits, one for Reception and one for Year 1. The kits contain larger and more durable versions of many of the core resources provided in the Teacher's Handbooks or as downloads, including:

  • classroom friezes
  • sound mats
  • mnemonic flashcards
  • grapheme cards and words cards for each phase
  • phoneme frames and phoneme frame letters
  • picture cards for matching.

The Reception Classroom Kit also contains a sturdy, cardboard Tog the Robot posting box for children to 'post' grapheme and word cards through.

Training and support

Does the programme include CPD training?

The My Letters and Sounds Teacher's Handbooks provide full guidance for teachers to support the effective delivery of the programme, both in the introductions and in the teaching guidance for each phase or term.

In addition, My Letters and Sounds is supported by high-quality and affordable training for schools that need help implementing the programme, upskilling staff and supporting the effective delivery of the programme. The training comprises four key sessions, each focusing on a different aspect of phonics teaching or the My Letters and Sounds programme. Schools may choose to receive all four training sessions or just one, two or three of the sessions. The sessions can be delivered on separate days (as 1.5-hour twilight sessions) or combined into half-days (3 hours) or full days (6 hours). Additional follow-up sessions, focusing on troubleshooting and improving impact, are available during the rolling-out of the programme. Bespoke sessions are also available upon request.

Training is always live so that teachers have the opportunity to ask questions and we offer flexibility in terms of whether it is delivered online or in-person. Further information on the content covered in each training session and pricing can be found here.

What support for parents and carers is available?

My Letters and Sounds provides a range of resources that are suitable for use at home, including Phonics Readers and Phonics Practice Pupil Books. Every effort has been made to ensure that these resources are as accessible and easy-to-use for parents and carers as possible.

In the case of the Phonics Readers, the inside front and inside back covers of the books include useful tips and activities to support parents and carers as they read the books with children. The GPCs and tricky words included in each book are listed so that children can practise reading them in advance of reading the text. Child-friendly definitions are provided for any unfamiliar vocabulary, so that these words can be discussed and explored prior to reading. Questions about the cover illustration and title help to introduce the text, while comprehension questions encourage children to talk about the story and check their understanding of what they have read.

It is important that all adults who listen to children read encourage them to apply their phonics knowledge and skills to decode the words. The free resource Reading at home: My Letters and Sounds Phonics Readers is available to download from the Schofield & Sims website and can be shared with parents and other adults to ensure a consistent approach.

General phonics guidance is also provided for parents in the form of 'Phonics practice at home' downloadable resources for both Reception and Year 1 that include helpful information on key phonics terms and practical ideas to help children practise their phonics at home.

Parents and carers wishing to use the resources as part of a home education programme should contact our customer service team for advice on how to implement My Letters and Sounds at home.

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How much does the programme cost?

My Letters and Sounds is an affordable SSP programme, with transparent pricing that is fair to all schools. There is no complicated subscription model and schools can buy any quantity of books that they require at the same discounted Teacher price.

  • Teacher's Handbooks: RRP £70.00 / Teacher price £50.00
  • Phonics Practice Pupil Books: RRP £3.95 / Teacher price £3.00
  • Phonics Readers: RRP £3.95 / Teacher price £2.00
  • Phonics Readers eBooks (annual subscription for all 110 Phonics Readers): RRP £350.00 / Teacher price £175.00 (Coming Soon)
  • Classroom Kits: RRP £195.00 / Teacher price £150.00 per kit (Coming Soon)

Based on the above prices, a typical school single-form entry Reception package* (comprising one Teacher's Handbook; six sets of 75 Phonics Readers; 35 sets of four Phonics Practice Pupil Books) would cost £1,370.00 (RRP £2,400.50). A typical school single-form entry Year 1 package (comprising one Teacher's Handbook; six sets of 35 Phonics Readers; 35 sets of four Phonics Practice Pupil Books) would cost £890.00 (RRP £1452.50).

Is the programme available to schools outside the UK?

Yes, the programme is available to schools outside the UK. Please contact our International School Sales Manager for further details (email vincent@schofieldandsims.co.uk; phone +44 (0)1484 601717).

Can I talk to someone about My Letters and Sounds?

Yes, please contact our customer service team who will be happy to answer any questions that you might have about the programme and to arrange for sample materials to be sent to your school free of charge.

Email: post@schofieldandsims.co.uk

Phone: 01484 607080

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