Why attend our conferences?
Our conferences combine research with case studies and examples of best practice from schools to provide valuable insight and support. Our conference programme is in line with the new National Curriculum, informed by research and inspired by best practice.
Achieving outstanding progress in literacy through the Pupil Premium
Drawing upon effective approaches and strategies highlighted by the Education Endowment Fund’s toolkit, this conference will examine a range of research and examples to help schools identify effective interventions and develop tools to measure the impact of Pupil Premium allocation, with particular focus on what Ofsted now require as evidence.
Outstanding in the new National Curriculum: how to close the literacy gap for boys
Delegates will leave this event with a better understanding of the research into and evidence of a gap between the genders, as well as a much fuller picture of innovative ways to motivate boys to increase their engagement levels, and attainment, in the classroom.
Outstanding in the new National Curriculum: coordinating literacy across your school
This conference will help you understand the new English programme of study, and design a creative and inspiring curriculum with effective literacy teaching at its heart.
Effective grammar teaching in the new National Curriculum
With grammar being a strong focus in the new National Curriculum and a SPaG test for all Year 6 children, this conference is timely for schools looking to ensure their grammar teaching both makes an impact and is also engaging for children.
Our training provides innovative strategies and practical ideas to support literacy, tailored to your own needs and priorities. It covers early years and frontline workers, as well as schools.
Members receive a 10% discount on all conference bookings (including those made at early discounted rates).