Our approach is simple – learning to read and write should be engaging, fun and fuss free. Our complete SSP programme provides a wealth of resources, including daily plans and teaching booklets, complemented by a dedicated “keep up” programme. This ensures that learners are well supported to acquire the skills and confidence needed for successful decoding and encoding.
Friendly and familiar characters in the ‘Pip and Pap’ world support children to navigate their way through the programme, featuring in both the phonics resources and fully decodable book scheme.
The programme focuses on developing both reading and writing skills. Plans for each Grapheme-Phoneme Correspondence (GPC) are accompanied by high quality resources to promote opportunities for children to read and write independently. The programme can be used for whole class teaching or can be delivered to small groups. The programme helps to build the confidence of pupils to share their learning with pride, whilst developing children’s speaking and listening skills in the process.
We believe strongly that investing in a Systematic Synthetic Phonics Programme should not be costly for schools. Therefore, we provide our resources in electronic format, so that schools can print the number of resources they need, bespoke to their school.
We wish to empower teachers to make decisions that support their individual learners. By giving staff access to all plans and resources, teachers can make informed choices to tailor the learning activities to the needs of their groups as appropriate. Continuity of quality delivery is further supported via extension and support planning.
The programme has been trialed and tested extensively across Southampton and in Hampshire and has a clear track record of helping to raise standards of attainment in phonics. The complete Pip and Pap SSP Programme provides a clear structure to support children to meet and exceed the Expected Standard in the Year 1 Phonics Screening Check, as well inspiring a love for reading and writing in children.
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Our full range of decodable readers have now arrived and will soon be available for purchase by parents and schools.
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