Cracking the code is the key to spelling success.

SCODE, Sounds and their Codes, is an advanced ‘synthetic phonics’ spelling scheme for KS2 children that covers all aspects of the 2014 National Curriculum.

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Scode focuses on children developing a comprehensive understanding of the entire English spelling code.

Our focus on etymology engages children in the origins of language. The fascinating, the gross and hilarious histories combine to introduce children to challenging and varied vocabulary.

Sounds

Scode, Sounds and their Codes, is an advanced ‘synthetic phonics’ spelling scheme for KS2 children that covers all aspects of the 2014 National Curriculum.

Logical

Scode is a systematic and logical system that focuses on children developing a comprehensive understanding of the entire English spelling code.

Etymology

Our focus on etymology engages children in the origins of language. The fascinating, the gross and hilarious histories combine to introduce children to challenging and varied vocabulary.

Save Time

As teachers we know the pressures! There are no ineffective or time-wasting practices and procedures. This scheme is ready to go! Planning, assessment, homework, presentations & resources, it has all been done. You can thank us later!

20 min Sessions

Organised into easy to teach, brain-friendly, 20 minute sessions, that incorporate varied and original tasks and consistent recaps to make spelling stick.

Complement Classroom

Carefully planned additional resources make ideal homework or intervention. All designed to complement classroom learning and accompanied by explanatory videos.

What People Say

"Scode really is the Horrible Histories of Spelling! I've never seen children so engaged with spellings!"

A. McDonald – Private Tutor

"SCODE is carefully planned so that it links to the curriculum to ensure spellings are repeatedly revisited ... The pupils and the teachers are excited by spelling lessons!"

L. Ashton – Deputy Head Teacher, Millbrook Primary School

SCODE is a fantastic resource which incorporates all the elements of successful and engaging learning. It can very easily be used for pupils with Spld (dyslexia) and works brilliantly with multisensory resources to differentiate the sounds and their codes.

A. Worrall, Spld (Dyslexia) Specialist teacher