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Building an Outstanding Reading School - James Clements, Gloucester

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Longlevens Infant School

Paygrove Lane

Gloucester

GL2 0AX

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The Oxford Expert Speaker Programme brings the best known experts in education to events across the UK to share new ways of thinking about teaching and learning.

For ten years, James Clements worked as a teacher and senior leader of an outstanding inner city primary school. James was also consulted on the 2014 National Curriculum for English in Primary Schools.

James is now an English adviser, and works to develop the teaching of reading writing and drama. He is the creative director of Shakespeare and More, a not for profit organisation that promotes effective English teaching in primary schools.

This session sponsered by Oxford University Press and organised by Gloucester Schools' Partnership, offers the opportunity to attend a full day of Professional Development, looking at:


Session 1: Outstanding Reading Schools
Session 2: Reading in the 2014 National Curriculum: Challenges and Opportunities
Session 3: Effective Strategies for Creating Lifelong Readers

Designed for Primary Headteachers, SLT and Subject Leads


Who should attend?

Subject leaders, Literacy Coordinators and Senior Leader Team.

How many places are available?

Two places per school.

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Registration for this event is from 09.15am

Refreshments and Lunch

Tea and coffee provided free of charge. Please bring your own packed lunch.


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