A new joint practice development project to explore whole school approaches to developing and improving reading comprehension in primary schools.
A collaborative action research project exploring whole school approaches to developing and improving reading comprehension, the project is designed to deepen teacher knowledge and understanding and explore practical and creative strategies to develop better comprehension in the classroom.
As expressed by OFSTED and shown in our research, reading for enjoyment is an important aspect of literacy and can impact on attainment in other areas too.
Developing strategies such as teaching whole texts, participants on this course collaborate, share expertise and engage with research. Spanning Key Stages 2 and 3 it is also a great opportunity to improve cross-phase communication and address issues around transition.
The attainment gap between boys and girls is a persistent issue.This course helps teachers identify challenges specific to their own school and choose the strategy most likely to succeed.
During the course, each school engages with an action research project and works within an evaluation framework to develop sustainable strategies for whole-school improvement.
This course addresses the issue of poor literacy as a barrier to achievement across the secondary curriculum.
Ideal for creating a school-wide literacy focus, this training ensures that techniques learnt are embedded across all subjects.
Our new workshop helps you analyse the reading, writing and grammar expectations of the new GCSE specifications. We equip subject teachers with the skills to help pupils reach their potential.
We invite schools in Manchester to purchase and decorate a BookBench sculpture and participate in our 1.5 day Reading for Enjoyment CPD.
Fully aligned with DfE standards for schools' professional development, our Outstanding Literacy Leadership series is designed for literacy leaders and subject teachers at clusters of primary and/or secondary schools and is delivered over at least two terms, to develop an evidence-based approach to improving literacy outcomes.
Join the National Literacy Trust Network to access an online library of thousands of resources and tools for outstanding literacy provision.
Find inspiration, take part in local network meetings and access discounts with major school suppliers.
If you work in a teaching school alliance, multi-academy trust or an existing cluster, we offer flexible pricing options for you to make the most of our training courses.
Now in its 14th year, our annual Talk to Your Baby conference explores why children's literacy continues to be a challenge for Early Year's practitioners.
The conference explores influences on early language development, from parents to settings and the wider community.
Date for TTYB2018 to be confirmed. Find out more.