Planning the Curriculum Around a Quality Text - Years 5 and 6
This one-day course will develop practitioner’s subject knowledge of how to build the Upper KS2 curriculum around quality texts, carefully chosen to link with other curriculum areas.
Planning the Curriculum Around a Quality Text - Years 1 and 2
Writing for the children’s book market – An exclusive event with Kwame Alexander
Join us at CLPE for an exclusive opportunity for emerging poets who want to work in the children’s publishing industry to attend a workshop with bestselling, award winning author and poet Kwame Alexander.
This afternoon workshop will support up and coming writers to explore the genre of children’s writing, looking at why poets write the best children’s books, exploring how to turn poetry into a picturebook or quality fiction-in-verse and how to submit to children’s book publishers with confidence.
Literacy Library Presents... An Evening with Kwame Alexander
Finding your story: the importance of choice, voice and personal narrative
Join award winning author Kwame Alexander as he explores the importance of writing and about the stories he’s written that have opened up a world of inspiration for children we’ve worked with, who have seen themselves reflected in his writing.
Developing Writing in the Early Years
Inspiring Writing - Year 3/4
Developing Language Learning in the Primary Years with Queen Mary University of London
This, specially developed training, in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London, gives participants a deeper understanding of the underlying principles of how language works, in specific relation to the English language system. The course will be taught by two linguistics specialists from Queen Mary University of London, alongside two of our own expert teaching team.
Let's Write! Improving Reading and Writing Using Poetry
Teaching Reading in the Early Years
Meeting the Needs of More Able Pupils in Year 5/6
Run in partnership with the English and Media Centre, this course looks at how knowledge and skills can be developed in KS2 to stretch and challenge students, and equips teachers on how best to prepare and guide pupils as they transition into KS3.
Who should attend?
Year 5 and 6 Teachers, KS2 Phase Leaders/Coordinators.
What you will learn:
Led by experts across primary and secondary teaching, the day’s highly practical and text-rich session will cover: