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Assessment Template for Letters and Sounds

Assessment Template for the Letters and Sounds Programme

About This Primary Resource

A useful template that can be used to assess a child's progress through each Phase of the DfE's Letters and Sounds Programme. The document includes statements describing skills relevant to each phase. Ideal to use as a checklist when making observations and assessments.

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  1. Titilayo

    Nice and very helpful, thanks.

  2. sarah

    Fantastic assessment tool, thank you!

  3. joye

    Great help.

  4. leeflcl

    very useful

  5. Em

    This looks like a useful and easy to use assessment tool. Thank you.

  6. Natalia

    Great assessment sheet

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