Building Your English Curriculum - Power of Reading Information Event - Croydon
Developing Writing in the Early Years
Teaching Reading in Years 1/2
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:
Effective Spelling in a Rich Reading Curriculum
Due to heavy demand our Autumn course has sold out but booking is now open for our next course in March.
This course will explore a range of strategies and resources to enhance spelling attainment of all children based on the research from the CLPE publication Understanding Spelling. It will make teachers think about their current spelling approach looking at strategies and approaches to improve and enhance this teaching to ensure children become confident, effective spellers, in line with the requirements of the National Curriculum.
Leading the English Curriculum with Power of Reading
Join CLPE’s expert teaching team for this special event designed for Head Teachers, Deputy Heads, Senior Leaders and Literacy Leaders, to discover how Power of Reading can support your school to structure and develop your English curriculum.
Learn how Power of Reading training will support you to develop a reading for pleasure school, improve reading attainment and writing stamina across the primary years as well as developing successful strategies for phonics, spelling and grammar.
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.