-ic Endings Add ‘k’ Rule

This is a tricky spelling rule because you need to be familiar with a number of rules for it to make sense. When words end with -ic, and we add a vowel suffix that begins with e, i or y, we need to add a k. e.g. panic+ing becomes panicking. Preceding this, we recommend kids […]

St Peter’s Woodlands And Word Cracking

Why 96% of St Peters Woodlands year-one students perform at, or above, literacy benchmarks! Watch the Video and read on to discover exactly how St Peter’s Woodlands Grammar School transformed their literacy education by embedding the science of reading across the whole school, using explicit direct instruction principles and Word Cracker morphology resources and tools. […]