Non Members: £170.00 (excluding VAT)
Members: £132 (excluding VAT)
Course Length: 1 Day
Venue address: PBM Inspection Services, Heath House Training and Conference Centre, Cheadle Road, Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, ST14 7BY
01 January 2020
09:30 to 15:30
Teaching Phonics And Spelling
was £170 per person
Book 1 place £153+VAT per person
Book 2 places £142+VAT per person
Book 3 places £132+VAT per person
Course Overview and In-School Training Information
The course examines the role of phonics in the teaching of early reading and writing and the vocabulary of phonics. It explores the four parts to the daily phonic session and scrutinizes the characteristics of a good phonics session. The course goes on to explore the content of the six phases, the expectations for each year group and games and activities for each phase. The course also looks at assessing the progress children are making in phonics and tracking their progress, plus the Y1 Screening Check. Participants will investigate how to address the issue of KS2 children who still have gaps in their phonic knowledge and they will look at teaching spelling in Key Stage 2, action planning and establishing priorities.
In-School TrainingThis 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
The course objectives include :
- The daily phonic session in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage 1
- The content of all six phases of phonics
- Games and activities for all the phonic phases
- Assessing and tracking the progress children are making
- The Y1 Screening Check
- Phonics in KS2
- The teaching of spelling
- Developing an action plan for the teaching of phonics and spelling
Detailed course outline and session time table
- The role of phonics in the teaching of early reading and writing.
- The vocabulary of phonics.
- The daily phonic session.
- The four parts to the daily phonic session.
- What does a good phonic session look like?
- The content of the six phases.
- Expectations for each year group.
- Games and activities for each phase.
- Assessing the progress children are making in phonics and tracking their progress.
- The Y1 Screening Check.
- How to address the issue of KS2 children who still have gaps in their phonic knowledge.
- Teaching spelling in Key Stage 2.
- Implementing a structured approach to the teaching of phonics and spelling/action planning/ Establishing priorities.
Tutor information and course feedback
Caroline is an experienced Primary Literacy Consultant. She has taught across the Primary age range; Foundation Stage, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. For twelve years, she worked as a Primary Literacy Consultant for a local authority until becoming a Consultant in 2012. Her areas of expertise include raising standards in literacy, the teaching of reading and writing, subject leader support and accelerating progress in literacy. She is known and respected for her clear and succinct advice on what the next steps should be to improve the teaching of literacy. She is passionate about improving the teaching of literacy in Primary Schools and delivering lively, valuable training to enable teachers to deliver first class literacy for all children.
“Well structured and progressive. Lots of excellent ideas shared and practical games & resources practised and fun had! Excellent, thank you”.
“Very good, enjoyable course. Very knowledgeable tutor who shared own experiences”.
“Hands on, multisensory. A great balance. Fabulous hospitality!!”.
“Many thanks- a thoroughly enjoyable and productive day”.
“Loved it, really engaging, lovely tutor! Thank you!”.
“Very approachable course leader. Good mix of theory and practical activities”.
“Excellent subject knowledge and experience from tutor. Mix of games and information helped to make course very enjoyable”.
"The tutor was wonderfully well informed and supportive. She was well prepared and clear throughout. Lunch was also brilliant"
Knowing different games to help make learning fun.
As a phonics/early literacy specialist I was really pleasantly surprised to learn so much new and exciting stuff. I can't suggest any aspects to improve as I thought the tutor catered really well for all backgrounds/experience level. Thankyou very muchStrongest features of the training:
“Taking part in activities really refreshed me”.
The tutors knowledge and style of training
Spelling games and teaching strategies, reference to 2014 curriculum, subject knowledge.
The clarity of looking at the different phases and expectations and ideas on teaching each of them.
Tutor's subject knowledge
The practical advice for classroom activities
All of it. Day was very productive. Great facilitator.
Ideas, games, importance of phonics and each stage.
Fresh ideas and approaches. Good refresh of basics.
Very relevant, great easy to implement ideas
Tutor, was clearly a passionate educator and child centred. Professional, exceedingly inspiring.
Materials and tutor subject knowledge.
Very useful training. Great games and ideas to take straight back to school
Ideas to take back to class/school
Lots of ideas
Keeping it structured, different games, seeing the progression
All of the ideas for practical activities/games. Focus on an 'investigative' approach was so refreshing and a real 'eye opener'
Addressed needs, variety, pace, ideas
The information was relevant and concise
Activities to encourage children’s learning and the importance of using correct phonics language
Multi-sensory aids for teaching
Different games which can be used from nursery to Y6
Knowing how to deliver a sound phonics session / great ideas for phonics games
The way the tutor explained all the aspects
Handouts, resources, ideas
Great ideas for new games
Very clear and involved everyone
How to teach the four parts