No Child Left Behind! Reading Eggs Announce Summer Catch Up Programme
Reading Eggs, themulti-award-winning online reading programme is launching a 10 week catch up programme for both Reading Eggs and Mathseeds.
After a highly disrupted 18 months+, Reading Eggs recognises that understandably not all children have reached their learning goals.
To help make up for some of this lost time and to get ahead of the new term, the Reading Eggs & Mathseeds Online Summer Catch-Up Programme will be launched from the 23 July.
The special programme will be a fun and effective way to help keep children engaged over the holidays and will support young learners in staying on track with the lessons from the year they have completed and be prepared for the year ahead. Suitable for Year 1 to Year 4, the step-by-step programme is designed to keep them on the road to their education goals, reviewing one year of learning, and introducing the next new year, in just 10 weeks!
New and existing subscribers will be able to save a massive 34% when they sign up before the 22nd July and gain access for up to FOUR children – all for ONLY £54.99! Each child will have access to the 10-week programme as well as 12 months’ access to the five learning programmes: Reading Eggs, Reading Eggs Junior, Fast Phonics, Reading Eggspress and Mathseeds.
Starting from the 23rd of July, subscribers will be emailed content corresponding with their child’s year level each week. The content will include activity sheets, an incentive chart, skills overview and certificate, so that each child can complete the structured 10-week curriculum for both reading and maths.
Weekly email updates will also include helpful tips and live webinars to help children get the most out of the programme.
The Reading Eggs programme has been designed by highly experienced educators to help children aged two to thirteen become fluent and proficient readers. It is being used in over 16,000 primary schools, with 91% of parents reporting a noticeable improvement in their children’s reading ability.
The programme covers five components of reading which are essential for all children to learn: phonemic awareness, phonics, vocabulary, reading comprehension, and fluency. It is used by over 10 million children across the world.
Added: Fri Jul 16 13:28 2021 (3 months ago)