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About

Forward with Phonics was founded by Frances Woodward, a literacy tutor who has specialised in the teaching of reading using synthetic phonics since 1999.

The organisation aims to provide training, advice, support and resources for teachers of older children, adults and ESOL learners, who want to use phonics to help improve literacy skills.

Forward with Phonics produce a range of resources to help you use phonics-based teaching approaches with your learners, including decodeable reading books and resources to support the use of phonics-based approaches for the teaching of functional skills. The resources are especially useful for teachers working with beginner readers and ESOL learners.

Contact Details

Drop In Series

Decodeable Reading Books

The Drop-In Series stories are based around a Community Drop-In Centre, a non-profit making business run by Sam and Liz, and supported by a group of volunteers.

Black British Book Map

Black British Book Map

The National Literacy Trust have created a digital map of Black and Black British authors, illustrators, publishers and bookshops from all over the UK.

Inclusion Network

Essential Skills & Inclusion Network meeting

The next meeting of the Essential Skills and Inclusion Network will be held online on the 11th of November. All Practitioners of English, Maths, ESOL, SEND and digital skills working in the prison sector are welcome.

SEND Community of Practice

SEND Community of Practice

The next meeting of this SEND Community of Practice will be held online from 2.30pm to 4pm on the 25th November 2022 (no charge).

The Education and Training Foundation

Teaching functional skills – Level 5 courses

Are you a teacher of maths or English functional skills in the FE and Training sector? If so, make sure you check out the Level 5 courses on offer from the Education and Training Foundation.