Primary literacy resources*
Oxford University Press provides the highest quality educational resources for Primary literacy. We're offering 10% off literacy resources (*excluding Read Write Inc.) for orders placed with our consultants before 30 March, 2021.
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Using levelled texts to build reading skills
This paper explores the benefits and limitations of levelled texts as part of a reading program, and strategies for using them effectively.Download now
Are you ready for the Phonics Screening Check?
The phonics white paper is a guide for schools to consider the evidence, reflect on current practices, and perform a simple self-audit in preparation for the Phonics Screening Check.Download now
Reading for meaning: A guide to the research on best-practice teaching of comprehension
The comprehension white paper reviews the research and evidence around teaching comprehension and presents some practical classroom solutions.Download now
Oxford Levels support all students to progress at every stage of their reading journey
To look inside books from every Oxford Level and learn how students' literacy skills develop with each level, download our Understanding Oxford Levels brochure.Download now
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PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT AND TRAINING
At Oxford we are committed to supporting you with the best tools, high-quality resources, workshops and professional development to help you deliver the best educational outcomes.
We’ve integrated our activities across each of these areas to form the Oxford School Improvement hub, where you can find articles written by educational experts, professional development events, professional support videos, and more.
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