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Holy Trinity C of E

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Please find below the information shared in the Phonics Meetings that took place at the beginning of this academic year!  Please speak to your child's class teacher if you would like any more help in supporting your child at home.... or you are welcome to come and speak to me at the gate :) !  Miss Lewis xx 

Year 1 and 2 Phonics Meeting - Tuesday 27th September

Reception Phonics Meeting - Wednesday 28th September

At Holy Trinity CofE School our Systematic Synthetic Phonics Programme is: 

Bug Club Phonics!

It is so important that children continue to practice their phonics learning at home!  The more practice your child has at reading letter sounds, words and sentences, the more confident they will be with their reading. 


We need your help!!!


Please access your child's Bug Club account with them regularly and practice the books and phonics games with them at home! 


Don't just read each book once!  Rereading each book with your child multiple times will help them to become more fluent in their reading!


  You will find your child's log ins in their homework books.

Parent Support


Below you will find some resources that will help you to support your child at home with their phonics learning!  If you have any questions about phonics, remember our doors are always open and we are happy to help!!

Helpful resources to support your child at home!


As well as logging into your child's Bug Club account and reading the books and playing the games we have set for them, here are some other resources that may help your child with their phonics at home!

Here are the sounds that children learn in Reception and Year 1.  These are the flash cards that we use in class with your child so they will recognise them!  We have sent these home in your child's homework books too.  You could show them these regularly throughout the week to check they have remembered their learning in school!

Here are the tricky words that we teach your children to read on sight.  They can't be sounded out with their phonics learning, instead they must remember what they look like.

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