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English CPD 2019-20

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ODST cross-trust English CPD 2019-20

A wide range of English CPD sessions for teachers and TAs, led by English consultant Julie Sargent:

Phonics for reading and writing
Date, time and venue: 17 September (1.30-4.00) Church Mission Society, Watlington Rd, Oxford OX4 6BZ
Who should attend: EYFS teachers, KS1 teachers, teaching assistants
This practical session will support practitioners in securing key subject knowledge for phonics and develop an understanding of progression through the phases (Letters and Sounds). Practical activities and ideas will be exemplified to support practitioners back in the classroom. The session will also consider how we support children in applying phonics skills within both reading and writing.

Bringing grammar to life: effective practice across KS2
Date, time and venue: 2 October (9.30-12), Church House, Langford Locks, Kidlington, OX5 1GF

Who should attend: KS2 teachers
This practical training session will consider effective strategies and approaches to deliver the requirements of the national curriculum within the classroom in KS2. We will explore ways of embedding high quality grammar teaching across the curriculum and in developing pupils’ reading and writing skills. The course will include content on sentence structure and punctuation, word classes and tenses, plus exemplify using high quality texts to support learning and teaching.

Reading for understanding
Date, time and venue: 10 October (1.30-4.00), Church Mission Society, Watlington Rd, Oxford OX4 6BZ
Who should attend: KS1 and KS2 teachers
This session will focus on the comprehension aspect of reading. We will focus on the explicit teaching and application of reading strategies and exemplify this through a range of activities and ideas. Consideration will also be given to how to meet the needs of all children.

Teaching writing effectively: exploring the writing process
Date, time and venue: 12 November (9.30-12) VENUE TBC
Who should attend: KS1 and KS2 teachers
Effective writers use a range of strategies to support the process of writing. This session will focus on creating purposeful writing activities, understanding the writing process and supporting children in achieving outcomes. Practical activities and ideas will be shared around supporting children at different stages of the writing process.

Supporting reading in the primary classroom
Date, time and venue: 13 January (1.30-4.00), Unipart Conference Centre, Unipart House, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 6LN
Who should attend: Teaching assistants
This session is designed to give teaching assistants key strategies for supporting readers in the primary classroom. We will focus on key messages regarding reading; how to develop children’s comprehension; how to develop and encourage independence; and effective feedback.

Refining writing: from drafting to publishing
Date, time and venue: This is a two-part course
PART 1:
30 January (1.30-4.00) Church House, Langford Locks, Kidlington, OX5 1GF
PART 2: 25 February (1.30-4.00) Unipart Conference Centre, Unipart House, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 6LN
Who should attend: KS1 and KS2 teachers
This two-part session will explore how we support children to refine and edit their work. We will consider expectations in the curriculum, practical approaches to editing and strategies to support children in improving their writing. Delegates will need to bring a selection of children’s work for discussion purposes

Supporting writing in the primary classroom
Date, time and venue: 3 February (1.30-4.00), Church Mission Society, Watlington Rd, Oxford OX4 6BZ
Who should attend: Teaching assistants (KS1 and KS2)
This session is designed to give teaching assistants key strategies for supporting writing in the primary classroom. We will focus on key messages regarding writing; identifying barriers and strategies to support; how to develop and encourage independence; and effective feedback.


All sessions will aim to finish slightly earlier than the advertised time above, i.e. running 9.30am-11.50am or 1.30pm-3.50pm.

How to book: Book online - please use the green 'Register' button and select the date/time of the session you wish to book.

If you have any queries please contact jennifer.payne@oxford.anglican.org or 01865 208737.


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