ENGLISH CPD PROGRAMME

Research points to a vocabulary gap having a long-lasting impact on children’s education & later life prospects while the demands of the curriculum require teachers to have a bank of knowledge and strategies to call on to challenge and support every group in school.

OFSTED are tasked with ensuring schools have this support in place

Participants who attend the training will be given up-to-date knowledge on how to tackle these issues and a range of proven ideas for implementing in the classroom.

 

Closing the word gap: why vocabulary is important & practical strategies for closing the vocabulary gap

The morning session will look at the evidence around why vocabulary is important, discuss the challenges faced in primary schools and explore solutions to the issue.

The afternoon session is jam packed full of tried-and-tested methods for improving children's vocabulary, along with guidance for teachers on how to select the most appropriate words to focus on.

Wednesday 21st November 9am-3pm Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary

 

What every teacher needs to know about reading

How can I help children enjoy reading? What problems do children face and how can I support them to over-come them? This session explores the essential building blocks of reading and how, as teachers, we can impact on each of these with most success.

Thursday 24th January 1pm-3.30pm Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary

 

Practical strategies for whole-class reading

This is another hand-on workshop designed simply to give teachers many different activities for implementing whole-class reading. With over thirty ideas to walk away with, it’s CPD worth going on.

Wednesday 6th March 1pm-3.30pm Pudsey Primrose Hill Primary

 

Creative ideas for teaching English

Reluctant readers? More reluctant writers? Run by Amy Lancelot, a drama expert from Leeds Playhouse, this session gets your creative juices flowing, giving you great teaching ideas and tips for enthusing children’s reading and writing.

Thursday 23rd May 1pm-3.30pm Leeds Playhouse

 

Spelling and grammar: subject knowledge and strategies

With such high expectations of what children need to know and be able to do, teachers need to have top notch knowledge and a range of effective strategies to support children at their fingertips. This session gives teachers plenty of both.

Thursday 27th June 1pm-3.30pm Hovingham Primary School

 

To book your place on our English CPD Programme or for further information,

email events@noctuateachingschool.org.uk or call 01943 875050

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Opportunity

Published: 29/10/2018
Audience: Noctua’s English CPD programme this year is full of thoughtful and practical sessions to support you
Contact: Andrea Taylor

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