In partnership with Phonics for SEN
Phonics for SEN is a complete, systematic synthetic linguistic phonics programme published in seven books.
Phonics for SEN enables pupils with a range of special educational needs to find reading and spelling success and is suitable for those with specific learning difficulties, autism, moderate and severe learning difficulties, developmental language disorder, communication needs and complex needs, including pre- and nonverbal pupils and those with significant physical disability.
Working through the programme, the pupil:
learns about and understands the concepts that underpin how the written English is constructed,
learns, practices and masters the skills they need to work with sounds and letters, and
develops the knowledge they need to learn, build up and retain to be able to read and spell well.
Main Strand Decodable Readers
Discover SEN prints and dispatches Phonics for SEN’s decodable readers. All books are printed on paper to be affordable.
There are six series of decodable reading books covering each point in the Phonics for SEN teaching sequence (all the sets, word structures and sounds). The books span Books 1 - 6 of the programme and take pupils from beginner readers through to reading complex connected text.
The engaging stories follow the adventures of a family - Mum, Dad, Dan and Mim and their naughty pets, Pat the dog and Tim the cat. In later books we meet Gran and Dan and Mim’s friends, Ravi and Nola, who join in the fun.