With a wealth of experience in meeting the needs of schools and libraries across the globe, we work closely with educators to provide high quality and accessible resources for learners of all abilities. So whether you're looking to implement a whole school programme or run intervention methods, we're here to support you as you get your schools learning back on track.
"Raintree’s Engage Literacy books have been invaluable in our setting. Some of our SEND learners really benefit from the repetitive nature of the early texts. The non-fiction books at the pink and red levels are age appropriate for some of our older readers still at an emerging literacy stage."
- Carla Nicholson, Outreach Teacher, St Francis Special School, Lincoln
Engage Literacy is an award-winning programme for shared, guided and independent reading. With more than 340 fiction and non-fiction books available. Organised by level and by book band, it can be easily implemented as a whole school programme, or use to top up existing reading resources.
70 decodable books with real stories using words that children can read!
This new programme teaches children phonics skills in a sequential and systematic way, so that they can learn the sounds (phonemes), and the letters that represent them (graphemes) and then practise and apply this knowledge through reading a text that makes sense. This ensures that every beginning reader will experience success in their reading from their very first book!
Great for your pre-reception early language programme.
Please note that Red Squirrel Phonics is excluded from our Match Funding Scheme.
No Nonsense Phonics Skills provides a logical step-by-step approach to teaching reading, spelling, handwriting and language comprehension. It guides the student and the teacher through a series of carefully designed systematic phonics routines to master the complex English Alphabetic Code.
Our award winning No Nonsense family of resources provide teachers with easy to follow, whole school programmes that support the aims of the National Curriculum.
Simple to use and extremely flexible, each resource will help you to ensure that your lessons always reflect the needs of your classroom.
The impact of remote learning in mathematics due to the lockdowns has been significant to mathematical communities and mathematical behaviours. Learn how No Nonsense Number Facts can help rebuild mathematics communities by focusing on shared thinking and reasoning.
Strong social and emotional skills are shown to lead to success in and out of the classroom. Self-awareness, personal growth, and recognizing and dealing with emotions are important steps to helping pupils thrive.