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Features of Spellzone:

Spellzone is written mainly with older students in mind: teenagers and adults. The course is used to teach and improve English spelling in schools, colleges and adult training centres. Spellzone is suitable for helping students with dyslexia. It is also used to help teach English worldwide.

This spelling course can be used at home as well as in school or college and on your mobile phone or tablet.

I have enjoyed using your program with my pupils ..... they love your site. In fact they wanted to study through break time as well! High praise indeed.
UK teacher

I think Spellzone is a very good web site. I used to find spelling boring but now I think it is pretty fun!
Student age 11

I notice the difference when they have been using Spellzone - it really fits the bill for older students. more
Ciara Heenan, specialist SpLD and dyslexia teacher at Mossbourne Community Academy, Hackney

This is a brilliant interactive on-line resource which helps improve individual's English spelling more
John Lewis Partnership

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Three steps to spelling success...

1. The Spelling Ability Test
Take the test to get a baseline score
and a personal course pathway.
2. Spelling Course
Work through your personal course
pathway based on phonic progression.
3. Word Lists
1,000s of targeted lists or your own to
use with fun activities and worksheets.

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"His score had risen from 38% to 97% - a fantastic result that he can be really proud of."

Casterton College, Rutland

Word Lists...

All the words in our lists can be used with our spelling games. Join us to create your own word lists!

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People say...

"For the first time in my life I am excited about improving my spelling. This course looks just great. There seem to be so many interesting ways at looking at the difficulties."

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