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Abigail Steel provides five steps to improve phonics inclusivity in mainstream classrooms (as published in SEN magazine 2016)
I was working with a mainstream school recently to review their phonics provision. One afternoon, I had a meeting with two teaching assistants (TAs) who were responsible for supporting individual Key Stage 2 children with SEN and also for running small intervention groups, mostly on the theme of phonics and basic literacy skills.
The children in question were also withdrawn from lessons for half an hour each week to receive intervention…

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