Achieving Excellence in English:Planning a teaching sequence in Key Stage 2

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Bradford Birth to 19 Teaching School are pleased to be able to offer a bespoke professional development offer which specifically focuses on Early Career teachers.

We will be working in collaboration with Philip Webb, a Literacy consultant, who has a wide range of experiences in the Bradford context. 

This 2 and half day programme will be support by Specialist Leaders in Education (SLE) and Leaders of Excellent Practice (LEP) and will include a half day support visit into your school to support the planning of English.

Day 1 - 14 October 2016

 An introduction to a five phase teaching sequence. It will cover engaging shared reading activities and will show how texts can be used to support the teaching of text structure: punctuation and grammar in context and the planning, drafting, editing and publishing of writing

Day 2 - Date to be arranged between the School and their identified LEP/SLE

Delegates will receive support in their own school from an LEP or SLE to work with them in the planning and delivery of a unit of work.

Day 3 - 26 May 2017

Further input from Philip Webb focussing on updates on curriculum policy, action planning and embedding grammar in the curriculum.


Participants will be able to plan, teach and assess an effective reading to writing’ teaching sequence using high quality texts.

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Published: 06/09/2016
Audience: Early Career Teachers, NQTs, RQTs
Contact: Bradford Birth to 19 Teaching School

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