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Sounds-Write Training for Teachers – 6 new dates

Our F2F May Course has sold out but don’t worry!

SIX NEW SOUNDS-WRITE DATES just added: Face to Face in NEWCASTLE, PORT MACQUARIE and PARRAMATTA and ONLINE.

Face to Face:

Newcastle, 4 Days, 31 Aug.-3 Sept.
Port Macquarie, 4 Days, 21-24 Sept.
Parramatta, 4 Days, 28 Sept.-1 Oct.
Parramatta, 4 Days, 9-12 Nov.

Online:

SW Online, starting 17 July
SW Online, starting 9 Oct.

 

What is Sounds-Write?

 

Sounds-Write is an evidence-based highly structured, synthetic, linguistic phonics program utilising an exciting and highly successful approach to the teaching of reading and spelling.

Sounds-Write is developmentally appropriate for beginning readers in Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 within a classroom, and also offers fast and highly effective small group or individual intervention for children at all year levels who have fallen behind in their reading and spelling from Year 3 onwards.

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