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High Quality Phonics - Accessible to All. Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs, published by Routledge in 2018, is a systematic, synthetic, linguistic phonics programme, designed to make phonics accessible for pupils with SEND in mainstream and special schools. Books available from: https://www.routledge.com/Phonics-for-Pupils-with-Special-Educational-Needs/book-series/PPSEN

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High Quality Phonics - Accessible to All. Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs, published by Routledge in 2018, is a systematic, synthetic, linguistic phonics programme, designed to make phonics accessible for pupils with SEND in mainstream and special schools. Books available from: https://www.routledge.com/Phonics-for-Pupils-with-Special-Educational-Needs/book-series/PPSEN
Phonics for Pupils with Complex SEND: A Companion Booklet - Enabling Access - Phonics for SEN
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Phonics for Pupils with Complex SEND: A Companion Booklet - Enabling Access - Phonics for SEN

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Phonics for Pupils with Moderate to Severe or Complex SEND: nonverbal pupils, pupils with SLCN, pupils with autism and pupils with physical disabilities A Companion Booklet to the Phonics for Pupils with Special Educational Needs Programme In this booklet the activities in Books 1-6 of the programme are adapted to enable access for: • pupils who are non-verbal, for example those who are unable to speak or choose not to speak or whose speech is difficult to understand, the spoken word not being their agreed method of communication in learning situations, e.g. users of Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC), such as a communication chart, communication book or voice output device, • pupils with significant physical disabilities that impact on fine motor skills, for example those who are unable to manipulate resources to respond and ‘record’, write using a pen or type using any type of keyboard or • pupils who are both non-verbal and have significant physical disability. A range of low tech access strategies and associated resources are included in the booklet. For more information about the programme, please go to my website: www.phonicsforpupilswithspecialeducationalneeds.com/
Phrases & Sentences - Dictation, Reading Practice, Partner Reading - Phonics for SEN
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Phrases & Sentences - Dictation, Reading Practice, Partner Reading - Phonics for SEN

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The phrases and sentences are organised by book and then either by set, word structure or sound, as appropriate. Talk about and around what the phrases and sentences mean and discuss any vocabulary that is unknown to the pupil. The phrases and sentences can be printed and cut out into individual items or groups of items and used with pupils in a number of ways: • Dictation – read out the phrase or sentence to the pupil and then ask them to write it.  Read and repeat the whole phrase or sentence as many times as the pupil needs so that they are able to recall it all verbally and then write it.  Read the complete phrase or sentence and then repeat it word by word with the pupil writing after each word. • Reading practice – ask the pupil to read the phrase or sentence. Ask them to re-read and discuss fluency and pace. Read it again later in the same lesson or in subsequent lessons. The pupil could also take the sentences home to read to parents and/or could draw a picture to match the phrase or sentence. • Partner reading – pairs of pupils work together with the support of a teacher or TA. Both pupils are given two phrases or sentences.  Pupil 1 reads the first phrase or sentence out loud to pupil 2 who ticks off each word on their own copy as pupil 1 reads.  Pupil 1 helps pupil 2 to decode the words, if needed (and with the support of the teacher or TA).  Pupil 2 reads the second phrase or sentence out loud to pupil 1 who ticks off each word on their own copy, as pupil 2 reads.  Pupil 2 helps pupil 1 to decode the words, if needed (and with the support of the teacher or TA).
Coded Rhymes and Poems - Incidental Phonics - Phonics for SEN
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Coded Rhymes and Poems - Incidental Phonics - Phonics for SEN

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Suitable for younger children, these rhymes and poems have been ‘phonically coded’ so that the graphemes stand out within words. The posters encourage children to notice and think about words, sounds and the way letters represent them - sometimes described as incidental phonics. More able children benefit from this approach. An Autumn theme: Autumn Rain The Squirrel Traditional Rhymes: Five Little Ducks Incy Wincy Spider Twinkle twinkle little star and for your writing corner… Write a Letter Also included is a Daily Weather Watching Card (use clothes pegs to clip on the side of the card to indicate day and weather). Please leave feedback so I know if it would be worthwhile to produce more.
Planning Proformas (Revised Oct 21) for all books - Phonics for SEN
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Planning Proformas (Revised Oct 21) for all books - Phonics for SEN

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The Phonics for SEN programme has expanded considerably since the publication of the core books. In the light of this, I’ve made a new planning proforma for each stage in the programme. Each includes the supplementary resources so that it is easy to choose from the range of resources available to you. There is also a new simple proforma for planning delivery as part of a semi-formal curriculum. There is a guide to using them with examples of each included to assist you.