Project X Code is a new reading intervention from Oxford University Press. It embeds systematic synthetic phonics into a gripping series of adventure books, targeted at struggling readers in Years 2 to 4. The intervention will help readers who are not on track to achieve appropriate levels for their age.
Edge Hill University
Edge Hill University, in partnership with Oxford University Press, provides training to help teachers or teaching assistants deliver literacy skills. The training will effectively help children who need a helping hand to develop phonics and comprehension skills and a love of reading. The training ensures maximum impact from the intervention.
Project X Code Course Details
Project X CODE is based on a gripping series of adventure books. They contain a cumulative, episodic adventure in a 3D style that builds children’s and motivation to read. They are based on a careful progression of systematic synthetic phonics and comprehension skills.
A trained teaching assistant or teacher normally teaches a small group of children for half an hour four times a week. Sessions are based on the books and help the children to overcome difficulties, develop their skills and become accustomed to enjoying success at reading.
Marie Killgallon Associates Ltd., shall be providing the Project X Code in the North East and North Yorkshire at
DARLINGTON – Bannatyne Hotel
18/04/13, 09/05/13, 13/06/13, 04/07/13
TEESSIDE / NORTH YORKSHIRE – Oakdene Primary School, Stockton
19/04/13, 10/05/13, 14/06/13
A list of the dates and venues for all the courses are listed here. More dates will be provided soon.