Research School Network: COU265 Literacy strategies: taking a fresh look This course is for colleagues from all phases: literacy leads, curriculum leads, teaching and learning leads.

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COU265 Literacy strategies: taking a fresh look

This course is for colleagues from all phases: literacy leads, curriculum leads, teaching and learning leads.

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£ 175 - Per delegate

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

5 March, 2024
09:30 - 15:00

Huntington Road,- Huntington School,
Huntington
York - northyorkshire

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Such is literacy’s importance and breadth, it rightly continues to be a permanent fixture of school, phase and department plans across the country. Reading features on three-quarters of school Pupil Premium strategies, with writing and spoken language on nearly 50%. So no school is starting from scratch when it comes to literacy. This programme aims to give delegates the opportunity to re-assess existing literacy strategies and plan ahead with clarity. The in-person training day will include:

  • research to ensure plans are grounded in the best evidence
  • managing the realities of implementing literacy change in schools
  • time to work on individual literacy plans within the day
  • time to discuss with other delegates who are tackling related issues
  • thoughtful consideration of how to monitor and evaluate

Each school that attends will also be entitled to up-to 2 hours of follow-up support online to continue the relevant planning, training and resource creation.

This course is for colleagues from all phases: literacy leads, curriculum leads, teaching and learning leads.

Facilitated by: Marcus Jones
Marcus is the Literacy Lead at Huntington Research School and has fulfilled various leadership roles within English departments. He has worked with individual and groups of schools across the primary and secondary phases on literacy projects.

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