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Long Term Phonics Plan

Year

Term 1

Term 2

Term 3

Term 4

Term 5

Term 6

Nurs.

A Wet Walk

 

All sorts of Art

Natural Shapes

 

The Missing button

From seed to sandwich

A day at the beach

 

 

Rec.

 

Phase 2

 

Phase 2

 

Phase 3

 

Phase 3

 

Phase 3

 

Phase 4

 

 

s

 

g

 

f and ff

fox  fell  fun  off

ch

much

ar

car  dark  garden  hard  park

 

Adjacent consonants (ccvc)

 

 

a

a   as

 

o

on  got  not  dog  top

l and ll

let lots

tell  well

sh

fish   wish

or

or  for  morning 

t

at   sat

c

can  cat

s and ss

miss

th

that  than  this  them with  that’s

ur

 

 

Adjacent consonants (ccvcc/cccvc/cccvcc)

 

 

p

 

k

 

j

 

ng

along  king 

long  thing  things 

ow

down  how  now  town

i

it   its 

ck

 

v

 

ai

again

oi

 

n

an   in

e

get

w

will

ee

been   feet keep need see

ear

 

 

m

am   man

u

 up  mum

duck  sun

x

box  fox

igh

night  right

air

air

d

and  dad  did

r

red ran run

y

yes

oa

boat

ure

 

 

 

h

had  his  him

z and zz

 

oo

‘long’

book  good look   looks   looking  took  food

room  soon too

er

 

b

back but  big  bad  rabbit

qu

queen

oo

‘short’

 

 

Sight words

 

Words which cannot be decoded

 

     

    to   the     

    no    go

I into  he   me   be  he my  by she

During Phase 3, children will also learn the letter names using an alphabet song, although they will continue to use the sounds when decoding words.

 

they    we

are

 

you

all  was  give  live  

said  have  like  so  do  some  come  were  there  little  one  when  out  what

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Phase 5

 

-Phoneme /w/

written as ‘wh’

-Phoneme /f/ written as 'ph'

 

-Phoneme /ai/ written as 'ay'

'a-e''eigh', 'ey', 'ei'

 

-Phoneme /ee/ written as 'ea''e-e''ie' 'ey', 'y'

 

-Phoneme /igh/ written as 'ie'

'i-e' 'y' 'i'

 

-Phoneme /oa/ written as 'ow'

'o-e''o''oe'

Phase 5

         

-Phoneme long /oo/ written as 'ew' 'ue' 'u-e'

 

-Phoneme short /oo/ written as 'u' and 'oul'

 

-Phoneme /or/ written as 'aw' 'au' 'al'

 

-Phoneme /ur/ written as 'ir'

'er' 'ear'

           

-Phoneme /ow/ written as 'ou'

 

-Phoneme /oi/ written as 'oy

Phase 5

           

-Phoneme /ear/ written as 'ere' and 'eer'

 

-Phoneme /air/ written as 'are' and 'ear'

 

-Phoneme /c/ written as 'c'

'k' 'ck' 'ch'

 

-Phoneme /s/ written as 'c(e)', 'c(i), 'c(y)'

-Phoneme /s/ written as 'sc' and st(l)'

-Phoneme /s/ and /z/ written as 'se'

           

-Phoneme /j/ written as 'g(e)', 'g(i)', 'g(y)

-Phoneme /j/ written as 'dge'

 

Phase 5

           

-Phoneme /l/ written as 'le'

 

-Phoneme /m/ written as 'mb'

 

Phoneme /n/ written as 'kn' and 'gn'

 

-Phoneme /r/ written as 'wr'

 

-Phoneme /zh/ written as 's'

Phoneme /ch/ written as 'tch'

 

-Phoneme /sh/ alternatives

Phoneme /e/ written as 'ea'

 

-Phoneme /w/ /o/ written as 'wa'

Phoneme /u/ written as 'o'

Phase 5

 

Recognition and recall

Phase 5

 

Recognition and recall

 

oh their people

Mr   Mrs   Ms

looked  called   asked

water  where

who  again

thought   through

work  laughed   because

Thursday  Saturday  thirteen thirty   different any  many

eyes  friends

two  once

great   clothes

it’s  I’m  I’ll  I’ve

 

don’t  can’t  didn’t

first  second  third

 

 

 

 

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Revision

Phase 5

wh, ph,

 

ai- ay, a_e, eigh, ey, ei

 

ee- ea, e_e, ie, ey, y

 

igh,- ie, i_e, y, i

 

oa- ow, o_e, o, oe

 

oo- ew, ue, u_e

 

Short oo- u- oul

 

or- aw, au, al

 

ur- ir, er, ear

 

ow- ou

 

oi- oy

 

ear, ere, eer

 

air, are, ear

 

c- k, ck, ch

 

Revision

Phase 5

 

s- c(e), c(i), c(y)

 

s- sc, st(l)

 

s/z/- se 

j-'g(e), g(i), g(y)

dge         

l- le

 

m- mb

 

n- kn, gn

 

r- wr

 

zh-s

 

ch- tch

 

sh alternatives

 

e- ea

 

w/o- wa

 

u-o

 

*Move onto phase 6 as soon as appropriate

 

Phase 6

 

Suffix ending: '-ing' (a morpheme)

Suffix ending: '-ed' (a morpheme)

Suffix ending: split digraph silent 'e' + '-ing', '-ed'

               

Suffix ending: '-s' (as plural morpheme)

Suffix ending: '-es' after 'ss', 'x'

Suffix ending: '-es' after 'ch', 'sh', 'tch'

Phase 6

 

Prefix 're-'

Prefix 'un-'

 

Suffixes:

-er and –est

-y

-en

 

Phase 6-

 

Suffixes:

-ful

-ly

-ment

-ness   

Phase 6

 

Contractions

 

The possessive

apostrophe (singular

nouns)

 

Homophones and near-homophones

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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