What Happens in a Class?

To see a Phonics Fun class in action, please watch this short video.

Benefits of Phonics Fun Activity Classes


children“My daughter loves your classes; she is so excited when I tell her its Phonics Fun day.  I brought her to help her learn her letters, which she is doing great at, but I never imagined how much fun it would be too!”

  • Learn their letters and sounds in a fun, relaxed environment
  • Develop social, communication and fine motor skills
  • Play a huge variety of fun games and multi-sensory activities
  • Collect adorable letter cards for each phonic sound
  • Start school with an increased ability and confidence
  • Have a positive introduction to learning and reading

100% of the children assessed in Phonics Fun trials had improved their awareness and recognition of sounds and letters, on average by as much as 60%. All parents rated their child’s phonics awareness as improving as a result of the phonics fun sessions.

Full Trial Results


  • Increase their confidence to support their child learning to read
  • Watch their child have lots of fun, whilst learning
  • Gain ideas and resources to help their child learn through play at home
  • Feel happy that they are providing their child with an amazing experience before starting school

parents“I am happy to say that I understand phonics now.  I used to be scared of teaching him the wrong pronunciation so wasn’t sure how to help him learn to read.  Since coming to the classes, it’s not just Sam’s knowledge and confidence that has increased, it’s mine too.  He starts school in September and we both feel better prepared thanks to Phonics Fun”


teachers“Experts say that ‘phonics is recommended as the first strategy that children should be taught in helping them to read’ so it is terribly important to get it right. These classes take all the worry out of the world of phonics and put the fun back – children who are relaxed and happy make the best learners and Phonics Fun gets it just right!”

  • Receive children that have developed valuable social, language and communication skills
  • Do not have to ‘re-teach’ badly taught phonics that children sometimes receive in nurseries
  • Have parents that understand phonics and how to support their child with reading
  • Have children with a positive and enthusiastic approach to learning