What Schools Say

Gail Armstrong, St. Francis N.S., Newcastle, Wicklow

We have been using Tell & Spell since 2015 and the children really respond well to the lessons. We are a great fan of the programme in SEN as it covers many targets in one go. 

Jo. O'Brien, Cratloe N.S., Clare.

‘I love this resource. I used Tell and Spell Level 2 last year and my class loved when we used it in teams. It covers grammar, spelling, vocabulary and lateral thinking in a simple but effective way. It's a very smart, teacher and child friendly programme. Now I am using Level 3.’

Mr. Daly - Principal of Glasheen BNS, Cork.

'As a teacher who was involved in the original Tell & Spell pilot exercise, my experience is that it achieves its goals - improve spelling ability and build vocabulary. By selecting everyday words and uncommon words, and different levels of difficulty, it caters for all ability levels within the classroom. Tell&Spell is a great success in my school both with teachers and pupils.’

Mr. Landers – Teacher, Scoil Eoin BNS, Cork.

‘I have used the Tell & Spell wordcards for 15 years.The new website is so easy to use and questions can be given verbally or with the use of the whiteboard which helps the weaker children. Throughout the year my 3rd class pupils have improved their grammar skills, spellings and word knowledge.'

Mr. O'Cathasaigh – Principal, Gaelscoil Uí Ríordáin, Cork.

'Tell & Spell  presents pupils with challenges which they respond to with great spirit. Our 6th class pupils practise amongst themselves and it gives them an opportunity to attempt the spelling of familiar and unfamiliar words.'

Mr. Harrington – Assistant Principal, Scoil Barra National School, Cork.

‘Ideal for quick vocabulary work. Pupils engage with enthusiasm and learn new vocabulary and spellings without realizing it.'

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