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Continuing Professional Development training enabling teachers to become outstanding literacy leaders

According to our research, less than half of surveyed teachers said they had particular strategies for teaching literacy that they thought worked well, with only a third feeling confident about using evidence-based approached. 1 in 10 said that a lack of leadership was a barrier to achievement in literacy.*

All our courses are:

They offer teachers:

  • a chance to immerse themselves in enquiry, questioning and experimentation. 
  • innovative strategies and practical ideas to support literacy.

Contact us for further information on support for schools. Email schools@literacytrust.org.uk or call 020 7820 6258

Useful publications on the importance of CPD for teachers 

What makes good professional development training (CPD) great?

This article by the Teacher's Development Trust highlights how you can choose the most effective CPD for you.

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CPD, the DfE and you: what makes good literacy professional development?

Our blog examining the new DfE standards for teachers' professional development and how our courses match up.

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Department for Education's standards for teachers' professional development 

A description of effective practice in professional development for teachers.

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Teachers! What would evidence based practice look like?

Ben Goldacre's article explores the benefits of approaching teaching as a researcher.

Read it here... 
Reading for Enjoyment CPD

Develop strategies for creating a culture of reading across the school through a research project and evaluation

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Improving Boys' Literacy CPD

Identify the issues surrounding the gender hap in literacy and develop sustainable strategies for whole-school improvement

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Language and Literacy Within the Curriculum CPD

Create a school-wide literacy focus, ensuring the techniques learnt are embedded across all subjects

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