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Literacy Conference 2019

The Fourth One Education Literacy conference is jam packed full of excitement. The theme for this year will be 'Literacy across the Curriculum'. It is guaranteed to be an informative and enjoyable day, with three keynote speakers and a a plethora of amazing workshops.

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Cost: £169.00 (Early bird discount)

LOCATION:

The Studio 51 Lever Street Manchester Lancashire M1 1FN

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Literacy Conference 2019

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Date: 9 October 2019

The Fourth One Education Literacy conference is jam packed full of excitement. The theme for this year will be Literacy across the curriculum. Literacy is a skill for life and it is needed to access all areas of the curriculum. The curriculum can also enhance the skills needed to become a competent reader, writer and communicator.

With three keynote speakers covering the latest information from DfE and Ofsted, and a plethora of amazing workshops it is guaranteed to be an informative and enjoyable day. Workshops will explore everything from Outdoor Literacy to Literacy through Art. Workshops to explore how to ensure Literacy is active using skills from PE, to looking at enhancing topics through your Literacy.

Like last year, Literacy Conference 2019 is a day not to be missed.


Agenda

08.40 – 09.00 Arrival and a chance to visit the exhibitors.
09.00 – 09.10 Introduction
09.10 – 10.10 Keynote 1: Karl Duke
10.15 – 11.10: Workshop 1
11.10 – 11.30 Break and a chance to visit the exhibitors.
11.30 – 12.30 Keynote 2: Rob Carpenter
12.30 – 13.30 Lunch and a chance to visit the exhibitors.
13.30 – 14.25 Workshop 2
14.25 – 14.40 Break and a chance to visit the exhibitors.
14.40 – 15.40 Keynote 3: Vashti Hardy
15.40 – Close and exhibitors’ prize draw


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Our workshops...

Once again, One Education have a wide range of different workshops at this year's Literacy Conference for delegates to choose from, suiting different roles and requirements. We have included a short summary about each one to help you decide which workshops would develop your CPD the greatest and would like to attend on the day.

Read more about our workshops...


Who's It For?

Teachers, literacy leaders, key stage leaders, SLT, librarians

Age Phase

EYFS, primary


Feedback from last year's conference Literacy Conference 2018

"An excellent day with efficient organisation and friendly staff and guests." Philip Park, Blessed Trinity RC College.

"Loads of ideas to take back to class. A lovely day!" Michelle Harvey, Crosslee.

"Being part of a day with like-minded people learning how to make a difference." St Dunstan's.



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