ICRWY I Can Read Without You apps

Literacy Learning Apps


SSP Spelling Piano app for tablets. Linguistic Phonics


ICRWY KS1 Lessons app for Parents and Tutors
200+ Step by Step Phase 1 and 2 Lessons (Foundation of Phonic Knowledge) Code Level (decodable) Readers and the Code Mapping Tool! 


ICRWY Phase 1 and 2 Lessons for Schools
Moving students towards 'self-teaching' asap! 


200+ lessons, decodable readers. (No code mapping tool)
Use on all school ipads.

ICRWY Code Mapping Tool


Use the Code Mapping Tool to explore the 'orthographic mapping' skills used by skilled readers. This frees up working memory, and it is far easier to focus on the MEANING of the text.

Use this with our new LinguaLit routine for struggling 8 - 14-year-old students. Within the LinguaLit routine the focus is on grapheme mapping (and especially those correspondences not covered within DfE Validated Synthetic Phonics Programmes) in order to facilitate decoding fluency, vocabulary knowledge and comprehension. A 'speech to print' approach is taken - and not just with regards to 'phonics'! 
The aim is to facilitate implicit learning and get previously disengaged learners EXCITED about reading and spelling (yes, really)
Ask Emma Hartnell-Baker about LinguaLit training, or delivering 1:1 and small group LinguaLit school-led tutoring ith a 'pop-up' learning station if you are located within a 45-minute drive of her home in St Leonards, Dorset. This is suitable for primary and secondary school-aged students. 

Emma has QTS and full DBS. She has a Masters Degree in Special Education Needs (Dyslexia focus) and is undertaking doctoral studies at the University of Reading after a decade of helping to raise standards of literacy across Australia through the Speech Sound Pics Approach. 

Rapid (fun) catch up learning.
All-in-one mapping routine that uses authentic texts, and seeks to not only develop decoding fluency but also a LOVE of the written word (which means understanding it!)
Please note that these sessions follow a 'less teaching, more learning' approach. In some cases, the students simply get on with their routine under supervision, and in others a student leads a small group session!