Project ID - TIS000335
To assist with and promote literacy in key stage 1 - to encourage pupils to develop strategies to help them to read better and to encourage pupils to use phonics in their writing

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Project offered at

Ballytober Primary School
BT57 8UR


Ealine Anderson

Student Skills

English/ Education

Expected Pupil Outcomes

the pupils will develop personal strategies which will help them to read better and to use phonics to help them to write short sentences and spell words independently

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

learn how to help pupils to read and write more confidently through the use and promotion of phonics

Extra Information

Ballytober Primary School is a friendly school 10 minutes (by car) from Coleraine campus.

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