Systematic synthetic phonics programme audit for schools wishing to continue to use Letters and Sounds
Schools that use Letters and Sounds and receive good results do not need to purchase a new programme. However, they will need to ensure that they are clear about how it is used in their school and update their phonics policy accordingly. This guidance is for SLT to use to ensure that their phonics policy and delivery of Letters and Sounds adheres to the latest DfE guidance on systematic synthetic phonics programmes used in schools.
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