Training Course

Achieve the Best in English: whole school curriculum 11 July 2019

The National Curriculum Programmes of Study for English requires pupils to have a much wider understanding of knowledge and skills than ever before.

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Cost: £95 +VAT (Free parking at venue)

LOCATION:

The Holiday Inn, 888 Oldham Road, Newton Heath, Manchester, Lancashire. M40 2BS.

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Achieve the best in English: whole school curriculum

Course Content

The National Curriculum Programmes of Study for English requires pupils to have a much wider understanding of knowledge and skills than ever before. The challenge for teachers now is how to teach to the raised standards whilst instilling a love of English into children. The three sessions will offer a wide range of activities and ideas to transform the teaching of English in the classroom whilst providing research and theory to develop pedagogy. Each session will link with an inter-sessional task to help improve consistency across the teaching of English, though each session can also be attended in isolation.

Session 3 (11th July)

– Cross curricular opportunities in English

  • Progression GPS curriculum from Y1 to Y6

  • Creative ways to teach SPaG in context

  • Catering for all learners in English lessons

Please note you can book onto all three sessions by clicking on the 'all three dates option for £270 + VAT. Below shows the detail of the other single dates.

Session 1 (17th January)

-Long term planning for all aspects of English

-Ensuring coverage of the National Curriculum in your year group and across the school

-Using a text-based approach in teaching English Lessons across the primary phase

  • Assessment and monitoring of English

Session2 (21st March)

-Teaching reading skills to improve understanding

-The use of content domains for questioning

-School libraries – updating your provision

-Developing a love of reading across the school

“All the staff from Reception to Year 6 now feel confident in delivering high-quality reading lessons with the children, and are enthusiastic about planning sessions for the new year.” Kate Putt, Assistant Head Teacher, Brooklands Primary School

Who's It For?

Teachers, Literacy Leaders, Key Stage Leaders,

Age Phase

EYFS, Primary


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