Course Cost:

Non Members: £170 (excluding VAT)

Members: £132 (excluding VAT)

Course Length: 1 Day

Venue address:
Heath House Conference Centre, Cheadle Road, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 7BY

Course Date
 

01 January 2020

Course Time
 

09.30 to 15.45

 

ENDS 29.02.2016 save book now
04.03.2016 Location: Staffordshire

Challenging And Supporting The Most Able Readers And Writers

was £170.00+VAT per person

Book 1 place only £153+VAT per person

Book 2 places only £142+VAT per person

Book 3 places only £132+VAT per person

The course is aimed at Primary English Subject Leaders, teachers in First, Infant, Junior and Primary Schools, Senior Leadership team members

The course explores:

  • what characterises high level reading and writing in the Primary School
  • Supporting the more able and talented writers
  • Questioning to encourage critical thinking

Course Overview and In-School Training Information

The course is suitable for Primary English Subject Leaders, teachers in First, Infant, Junior and Primary Schools, Senior Leadership team members. It explores the characteristics of high level readers and writers and examines how the more able writers and readers  can be supported to make the appropriate progress. The course looks at good practice to move the most able readers and writers forward and explores how to develop higher order reading and writing skills. The course also helps participants to examine how they can develop critical thinking skills with the more able readers and writers.

In-School Training

This course is available as in-school training. If you would like to find out more about in-school training please go to the in-school training section   CLICK HERE FOR INFORMATION ABOUT IN SCHOOL TRAINING
  or call us on 01889 567 014

Course Objectives

By the end of the course participants will:

  • explore the characteristics of high level readers and writers
  • discuss how the more able writers and readers  can be supported to make the appropriate progress
  • explore good practice to move the most able readers and writers
  • explore how to develop higher order reading and writing skills
  •  discuss how they can develop critical thinking skills with the more able readers and writers
 

Detailed course outline and session time table

Session 1: 9:30-10:45

  • Introduction –
  • What characterises high level reading and writing?
  • Characteristics of a gifted and talented learner
Session 2: 11:00-12:15
  • Supporting a more able reader and writer
  • Developing higher order reading skills
  • Developing critical thinking through effective questioning
Session 3: 1:00-2:15
  • Exploring good practice when supporting more able readers and writers
  • General tips on teaching more able readers and writers
Session 4: 2:30-3:45
  • Developing the learning for more able writers
  • Developing an action plan to improve the teaching and learning of more able readers and writers
 

Membership Offers

27 May 2016:

Members Advance Booking Discount

Members: 1 place £148+VAT Members: 2 places £141+VAT per person Members: 3 places £136+VAT per person

Course Feedback

"Good ideas for activities to use within school" "Delivery of the tutor - Training materials - games to support learning." "Ideas and resources to take back to use straight away" "Great practical ideas to use in the classroom" "Sharing of resources and activities" "Amount of activities - kept it very active" "Ideas that are ready to run with and resources" "Resources and doing activities for ourselves" "Practical ideas" "Practical examples and physical ideas to take away and use" "Practical activities to apply in the classroom" "Fantastic course Thank you" "The opportunities for discussion and ease of participation throughout the day" "Clear, lots of ideas to use in the classroom. Thought provoking" Coherence/clarity. Excellent activities that will have immediate impact. Simple - but not simplistic – presentation Practical activities - really demonstrated the value of them. Excellent resources to make an immediate impact in school Lots of practical examples. Thank you Practical activities and ideas to use in the classroom Activities for reading and writing that are simple but effective The intermingling of relevant activities to show how to extend and challenge our more able pupils. Quick games, fun, short activities to do in the classroom. Excellent service / facilities Practical and accessible range of activities. Good resources. Knowledgeable presenter. Facilities all excellent. Lunch outstanding. Great venue. Lots of practical ideas to take back to the school and use Practical activities and games, identify CPD requirements. Brilliant ideas. Thankyou!

First Name

Surname

Your e-mail address

School / Establishment Name

School / Establishment Post Code

Contact Telephone Number

Number of places required

Name of participants if different from above

 I have read and understood the cancellation policy


Are you already a member?

 Please create membership for me

 I'm not ready to become a member yet


captcha