Teaching Reading in the Early Years
Power of Reading - London
Power of Reading - Sheffield
Building Your English Curriculum - Power of Reading Information Event - Kirkby
Power of Reading - Stockton on Tees
The Power of Reading is a school development project which engages teachers and children in the literacy curriculum using high quality books and proven teaching approaches. This project is being commissioned by Harrow Gate Primary Academy.
For booking and information please contact Shirley Paterson, tel: 01642 673984
Teaching Reading in Years 3/4
Developing Historical Enquiry through Quality Fiction - Vikings
Taught in collaboration with established children’s author, Tony Bradman, this half-day course explores how to use historical fiction to develop a cross-curricular unit of work. Inspired by Tony Bradman’s, Viking Boy and the associated historical era, this course will offer creative teaching approaches to support improved attainment in literacy and to teach history and other subject areas, effectively.
Teacher Book Group
The Reading for Pleasure Teacher Book Group is a FREE series of sessions and participants will get some free books too. As well as this the group will be held in CLPE’s new inspiring Literacy Library in Central London, which is a breathtaking venue that you will want to spend hours in! Spaces are limited so please sign up soon. The Book Group will take place on Mondays 4.30pm-6.00pm over 6 sessions. See dates above.
Closing the Vocabulary Gap in the Early Years
Excellence in Literacy for NQTs: Phonics and Spelling
This specialist one day course is the second session of our four day course Excellence in Literacy for NQTs, and has a focus on phonics and spelling. The course is highly practical and investigates ways to use a text-based approach to plan well-chosen activities that support children’s progress in these areas through the use of high-quality children’s literature.
What you will learn