Book your Professional Development for 2015-2016

Inspiring Writers

“It is a joy to see CLPE providing such high quality training and resources”
Literacy Leader 2015

Why choose CLPE for your professional development needs?

All CLPE courses, conferences and consultancy support the National Curriculum 2014 and the Statutory Framework for the EYFS 2014. Many courses can also be funded through the pupil premium. All course participants receive resources to facilitate immediate implementation in the classroom; those on longer courses receive bookpacks and teacher publications.

We run a combination of day courses and long courses that run from two to six days. They offer the opportunity to work with experienced practitioners from outstanding settings and many include sessions or workshops with children’s authors and illustrators.

Why book a place on a long course?

Long courses offer a quality professional development experience. Practitioners attend focused sessions with professionals that enable them to disseminate best practice back in their settings. Our most popular long courses are Developing the Role of English Subject Leader, Raising Achievement in Writing and Achieving Excellence in the Early Years.

Some courses start in October and places are strictly limited.

Our range of training

Listed below is just a selection of our training. For our full training programme please download the Course Brochure 2015-2016. To see the full course list on our website click here.

Below is just a snapshot of the training which we offer.

Reading Professional Development

Developing the Role of the English Subject Leader

Phonics in a Rich Reading Curriculum

Group Reading in KS2

School and Subject Leaders Professional Development

Vocabulary, Grammar and Punctuation in a Rich Reading Curriculum

Effective Spelling

Writing Professional Development

Raising Achievement in Writing

Inspiring Writers KS1

Early Years Professional Development

Achieving Excellence in the Early Years

Language, Learning and Play through Core Texts in the EYFS

Literacy Across the Curriculum Professional Development

Let’s Write! Cross Curricular Approaches for Creative Writing with James Carter

Meeting the Needs of Children with English as an Additional Language

Lire, Dire et Rire – Using French Picture Books in the Classroom

Teaching Assistants Professional Development

Supporting Phonics in the Primary Years

Supporting Literacy in the Primary Years

Supporting Mathematics in the Primary Years

The Power of Reading

Power of Reading

Power of Reading in the Early Years

Power of Reading Plus: Embedding approaches to literacy and assessment

For our full training programme please download the Course Brochure 2015-2016. To see the full course list on our website click here.

 

Illustrations from Mister Magnolia by Quentin Blake. Published by Red Fox