Reading Our Way has a scaffolded approach, which gives the students opportunity to build quickly on the knowledge they have gained. The consistent and familiar activities provided with the Reading Our Way program has allowed the children to self-manage their learning. Megan Hodge Classroom teacher
What makes Readingourway so special?
ReadingOURway is a fresh approach that makes teaching early reading and word recognition to children and adults more effective.
Our inclusive program teaches early reading and sight-based whole word recognition through activities that are fun, interactive and engaging.
Implementing our practical program into your school or family is easy with our handy kit.
ReadingOURway delivers genuine results that transform educational opportunities and put the enjoyment of reading in the hands of a diverse audience.
"Had the most amazing thing happen this week . Hayley just read her first book at age 5 1/2 and in Prep (the one from Reading Our Way "I can see.."). I am so proud and happy that the work her teacher has been doing since the education conference and the Reading Our Way program are actually showing fantastic results. It just all clicked with Hayley this week."
Kara Pepper (Parent)
Sunshine Coast, Australia
"We purchased and implemented Reading our Way in numerous classes throughout our school (special school - high school facility). We trialled it with students who have had very minimal success (very small bank of sight words) with reading thoughout their schooling. Our very early data is really positive. Every student has demonstrated an ability to retain new words (even after holidays). The students love it because it is very predictable, repetitive, systematic and they can be confident that they are going to succeed. For a number of the students they are able to read simple texts for the first time in their lives. It is very easy to implement - everything you need is there in the folders, ready and at your fingers tips. It is the right program for our students who have not succeeded with any decoding program."
Gail Williams, HOC, Toowoomba, Australia