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Educational publishing expert Andrea Quincey explains why reading schemes are important, and what the different colours, bands and levels actually mean.
A parent guide to Oxford Reading Tree and Biff, Chip and Kipper. Use our reading level chart to discover what reading levels and book bands mean, and find out your child's reading level.
Find out how Oxford Levels and levelled readers can support and develop your child's reading skills even after they've learned how to read.
In Year 5, your child will be encouraged to read widely. Find out how to encourage them at home as they discover different types of language and writing.
Children in Year 3 will hopefully be on the way to becoming a confident, independent readers. Find out how you can support their reading development at home.
It's more important than ever to keep your child reading at home this term and over the summer holidays. Camilla Macoun shares her tips.
Once your child has mastered phonics and word-reading, where do they go next? Here are our ideas to keep your 7–11-year-old's reading skills developing.
Children age 6–7 will continue to build up a range of reading skills. Find out what you can do at home to support your child’s reading development.
By Year 6, your child will hopefully be reading independently at home and school. Find out how to encourage a love of reading in your child.
Learn about reading schemes (or programmes) and Oxford Levels, and find out how they're used to help your child progress with reading at school.
Once your child has mastered decoding, it can be liberating to choose whatever books they like – but there are still benefits to structured reading schemes.
Some tips to support your child as they begin to understand the concept of a story and start improving their reading comprehension.
Reading for pleasure is so important in developing vocabulary. Use these ideas to inspire your child to keep on reading as they get older.