Are we missing a vital ingredient when teaching reading?

Phonics teaching in UK primary schools is rightly recognised as giving children the essential building blocks needed to become successful readers. But how aware are we about other aspects of learning to read that could just be the missing ingredient for some children?

Recently, Britain's most popular children's newspaper, First News shared a piece on the research into speech rhythm sensitivity Coventry University have undertaken, which we have implemented in our latest reading Scheme, Reading Planet.

The full blog can be found here and offers an interesting insight into just how the findings of the research impacts how children are learning to read.


phonics, Reading, research

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