Week beginning 18.10.21 - we will be learning the new sounds v y w x this week. The video to accompany the sounds can be found on the school website on the Video Resource Centre, alongside all the sounds learnt so far.
Week beginning 11.10.21 - this week the children will be learning the new sounds l h r j. See Tapestry or the Video Resource Centre for supporting videos.
Week Beginning 04.10.21 - this week the children will be learning the sounds u b f e. Please practice the sounds we have learnt so far using your green speed sounds book. See the link below to take you to the Noah's Ark Video Resource Centre with the videos of all sounds learnt so far.
Week beginning 27.09.21 - this week we will be learning the new sounds g o c k. Please practice the sounds we have learnt so far using your green speed sounds book. See the Noah’s Ark section on the Video Resource video for videos to support learning.
Week beginning 20.09.21 - this week the children will be learning the sounds ‘t’ ‘i’ ‘n’ and ‘p’. Please practice at home. If you are unsure of the pronunciations please see the Phonics section on our class page, or see the Tapestry video. Any queries please ask a member of Noah’s Ark team.
Phonics is a method of teaching reading and writing by developing your child's ability to hear sounds/phonemes that letters/graphemes make.
Noah's Ark will be following the Read Write Inc. programme during Phonics lessons . Children will be starting to learn sounds from the 13 September and will bring home resources to practice at home that have been introduced at school. The knowledge of sounds vastly improves reading and writing skills and we ask that children take a few minutes every day to practice these sounds at home ensuring that children advance and enjoy reading and writing.
This term we will focus on introducing the speed sounds and will update you on which sounds children can practice at home.
Please support your child at home by practising these sounds and helping your child to recognise them. Use the video links above to help you or speak to your child's teacher.