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Teaching Reading in Years 5/6
Developing Historical Enquiry through Quality Fiction - Vikings
Teaching Reading in the Early Years
Phonics in a Rich Reading Curriculum
This two-day training offers teachers clear guidance for the provision of a systematic phonics programme, supporting children to become independent readers. This programme has been designed to strengthen practitioner knowledge and understanding of knowledge and terminology in relation to phonics, in line with Early Years Foundation Stage and National Curriculum requirements and will provide ideas and resources to help plan for the successful use and application of phonics learning in the wider curriculum.
Power of Reading - London
Developing Writing in the Early Years
Planning the Curriculum Around a Quality Text - Years 1 and 2
Meeting the Needs of More Able Pupils in Years 5 and 6
Dates for this course will be announced soon. Please join the waiting list to be the first to hear when booking opens.
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?
Planning the Curriculum Around a Quality Text - Years 3 and 4
This one day course will develop practitioner’s subject knowledge of how to build the Lower Key Stage 2 curriculum around quality texts, carefully chosen to link with other curriculum areas.
Effective Spelling in a Rich Reading Curriculum
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.
Who should attend?
Primary Teachers in any year group and English subject leads
What you will learn: