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30/09/22

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"This is about us, as a Trust, making provision for children with SEND as simple and as impactful as possible." BMAT is overhauling its curriculum focus to ensure children with SEND are at the forefront of education. https://t.co/hPqM7iPloq

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29/09/22

We're looking forward to welcoming families to our open mornings and new reception class tours on October 5th, 12th and 19th at 9:15am - 9:45am For more information, and to book, please contact the main office Telephone: 01279 793152 https://t.co/8SQzv1Y4JN

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14/09/22

👋 It's not too late to join Roydon Primary Academy. We have spaces available in our Reception class. Contact us now - https://t.co/qx7JzVtNWF https://t.co/9XtxzPa5zS

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13/09/22

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Monday 19th September, the date of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s State Funeral, will be a national bank holiday. Our schools will be closed on this date. Schools will resume at normal time on Tuesday 20th September. https://t.co/DJ2PVRmbKD

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09/09/22

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BMAT and our schools are incredibly saddened to hear of the passing of Her Majesty The Queen and we would like to extend our sincerest condolences to the Royal Family at this time of national mourning. https://t.co/lPaBCTyGlX

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08/09/22

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📢TONIGHT! It's Our Open Evening 🏫Burnt Mill Academy 🗓️Thursday 8th September ⏰5pm - 8:30pm 📚We are looking forward to welcoming prospective students and families to our school https://t.co/QsSDbbzrE0

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06/09/22

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📢OPEN EVENING ANNOUNCEMENT 🏫Burnt Mill Academy 🗓️Thursday 8th September ⏰5pm - 8:30pm 📚We are looking forward to welcoming prospective students and families to our school https://t.co/QBX1sGVY36

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02/09/22

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📢OPEN EVENTS FOR OUR ESSEX SECONDARY SCHOOLS 🗓️For Sept 2023 Year 7 intake 🔴 8 Sept pm 🟢 15 Sept pm 🟡 17 Sept am 🔵 20 Sept pm 🟠 22 Sept pm We're looking forward to meeting our prospective students and families👋 https://t.co/WR3pw6wwHE

28/07/22

A trip to Gibberd Gardens helped Year 3 pupils to appreciate the history of their hometown. https://t.co/XUm921XTfJ

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15/07/22

Have a fabulous holiday! https://t.co/wWKN70aMbM

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06/07/22

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A huge round of applause to the cast and company of ⁦⁩ 👏👏👏 Thank you for your magnificent performance this evening …⁦⁩ is back, we’ve missed you!!!⭐️⭐️⭐️ https://t.co/dUO3oq3rHd

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06/07/22

Day 7 created by Fox class https://t.co/Ze7qE1lAXI

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05/07/22

Congratulations Blue House! Sports Day winners! https://t.co/5YF8Z08CZT

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05/07/22

Day 6 created by Pheasant class https://t.co/8c0kBM5XOv

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04/07/22

Tickets to Roydon Circus 🎪 are on sale 😍 https://t.co/M0f7PsurX0

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04/07/22

Owl class have arrived at the theatre https://t.co/zOmKmDhAhi

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04/07/22

Pheasant class had an amazing trip to the Gibberd gardens https://t.co/FjUVHx1Gue

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04/07/22

Day 5 created by Dragonfly class https://t.co/Ubzw44zn6A

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30/06/22

This half term we have been completing work in the style of Henri Matisse. Everyday we will upload a piece of artwork. https://t.co/zX5kOKFqam

29/06/22

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Reception pupils visited Paradise Wildlife Park as part of their class topic on animals. https://t.co/XSEivW82HL

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Phonics

Read Write Inc. is the phonics scheme used at Roydon Primary Academy. It teaches children the sounds in English, the letters that represent them, and how to form the letters when writing. Read Write Inc. Phonics includes reading books written using only the letters the children have learnt at each level (and a small number of separately taught tricky words). The children will quickly feel confident and successful.

Here you can find lots of free resources to support your child’s learning.

Free eBooks | Videos | Set 1 resources | Set 2 resources | Set 3 resources | Kits and flashcards to use at home

 

Read Write Inc. Phonics

There are lots of free Read Write Inc. Phonics resources to help your child, including eBooks, practice sheets and parent films. We suggest you start by watching this film for parents: What is Read Write Inc. Phonics?

 

Speed sounds and Read Write Inc. Stages

Your child will be at one of the following stages:

Set 1 Speed Sounds

These are the Set 1 Speed Sounds written with one letter:

m  a  s  d  t  i  n  p  g  o  c  k  u  b  f  e  l  h  r  j  v  y  w  z  x

These are the sounds written with two letters (your child will call these ‘special friends’):

sh  th  ch  qu  ng  nk  ck

Check if your child can read these sounds. Make sure they say sounds like ‘mmm’, not letter names like ‘em’. Watch the Sound Pronunciation Guide video to help you.

If your child is learning Set 1 Speed Sounds, help them to:

Learning to blend with Set 1 Speed Sounds

Your child is learning to read words containing Set 1 Speed Sounds by sound blending. For example:

m-a-t mat

c-a-t cat

g-o-t got

f-i-sh fish

s-p-o-t spot

b-e-s-t best

s-p-l-a-sh splash.

If your child is learning to sound blend, help them to:

Read the Sound Blending eBooks in order.

Free eBook library | Oxford Owl from Oxford University Press

You could watch the Sound Blending video to help you support your child with sound blending.

(127) Parent video: Sound blending - YouTube

Set 2 Speed Sounds

These are the Set 2 Speed Sounds:

ay  ee  igh  ow (as in blow)  oo (as in zoo)

oo (as in look) ar  or  air  ir  ou (as in out)  oy

Check if your child can read these sounds.

If your child is learning the Set 2 Speed Sounds, help them to:

  • Complete the Speed Sounds practice sheets for the Speed Sounds they have learnt.
  • Read the eBooks at Red Ditty level, then Green level and then Purple level, in order. We recommend children read each eBook three times, as they would at school: once to read the words correctly, a second time with more fluency, and a third time in a ‘storyteller voice’ that shows their understanding.

Set 3 Speed Sounds

These are Set 3 Speed Sounds:

ea (as in tea)

oi (as in spoil)

a–e (as in cake)

i–e (as in smile)

o–e (as in home)

u–e (as in huge)

aw (as in yawn)

are (as in care)

ur (as in nurse)

er  (as in letter)

ow (as in brown)

ai  (as in snail)

oa (as in goat)

ew (as in chew)

ire (as in fire)

ear (as in hear)

ure (as in pure)

Check if your child can read these sounds.

If your child is learning Set 3 Speed Sounds, help them to:

Complete the Speed Sounds practice sheets for the Speed Sounds they have learnt.

Read the eBooks at Pink level, then Orange level and then Yellow level, in order. We recommend children read each eBook three times, as they would at school: once to read the words correctly, a second time with more fluency, and a third time in a ‘storyteller voice’ that shows their understanding.

Reading books with Set 1, 2, and 3 Speed Sounds

If your child has learnt all three sets of Speed Sounds, they need to practise them and read books with words made up of those sounds. They could:

  • Complete the Speed Sounds practice sheets for the Set 3 Speed Sounds.
  • Read the eBooks at the Blue level and then the Grey level, in order. We recommend children read each eBook three times, as they would at school: once to read the words correctly, a second time with more fluency, and a third time in a ‘storyteller voice’ that shows their understanding.

 

You will find a useful phonics audio guide to all these sounds in our Sound Pronunciation Guide video. It is really important to say the sounds clearly to help your child learn them. We say ‘mmmm’ not ‘muh’ and ‘lllll’ not ‘luh’ when teaching the sounds. This really helps children when they learn to blend sounds together to read words.

 

What is Fred Talk?

If your child’s school is using Read Write Inc. Phonics, teachers will introduce your child to a toy frog called Fred once he or she is ready to start reading words.

Fred can only say the sounds in a word and needs your child to help him read the word. Fred will say the sounds and children will work out the word. For example, Fred will say the sounds c–a–t, and children will say the word cat. This is Fred Talk: sounding out the word.

 

Videos

Watch our parent tutorials to learn all about how to support your child as they learn with Read Write Inc. Phonics, with detailed ideas and advice on pronouncing pure sounds, blending, and digraphs.

https://home.oxfordowl.co.uk/reading/reading-schemes-oxford-levels/read-write-inc-phonics-guide/

 

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