If your child is doing Tracks
'E's last assessment showed that he's now in the average range for his age group (not two years behind any more!)
The parting shot from the Local Authority was that they thought he didn't need sessions out of class any more.'
M Bartlett Wales
This parent worked with her son over a period of approximately 7 months with telephone support and his reading age increased by 24 months.
If you'd like to contact this parent, please let us know.
If your child is following the complete Tracks Literacy Programme they will be working through the Tracks that appear on the Examples page.
If you support your child at home you will probably have been invited to attend a parent workshop and will have been given copies of the relevant parent information sheets and recording sheets.
Schools are likely to recommend that pupils take their Tracks wallets home each night so that parents or carers can, if they wish, be partners in the teaching. Schools usually ask parents to accept responsibility for making sure that the wallet is back in school each day, regardless of whether a Tracks session is scheduled. (Children use the material in the wallets for reading and/or reference in class.)
If your child isn't doing Tracks
You are very welcome to contact us to find out more about Tracks Literacy. We offer, for no charge, some support to parents who are concerned about their child's progress.