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English Subject Leader Training

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The Saxon Mill

Warwick

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The termly Primary English Subject Leader Training session.

Join us for one of the most popular courses in the Primary English professional development programme. Each session brings delegates up-to-date knowledge of developments in Primary English teaching. Recent sessions have included Teaching Vocabulary; Editing and Drafting as part of the Writing Teaching Sequence; and Teaching Spelling.

This term there is a choice of half or full-day sessions. The morning sessions continue with our tried and tested formula of leadership matters, curriculum development and English subject updates whilst the afternoon sessions including in-depth training with nationally recognised experts including our own Rachel Clarke.

The half-day session includes light refreshments, high-quality handouts and access to electronic resources via the Primary English Dropbox. The full-day session includes all of the above plus a hot lunch and the opportunity to participate in the longer in-depth sessions in the afternoon.

This term we have a full list of high-calibre contributors who are guaranteed to enthuse and educate delegates

MORNING

Ruth Eastham and Matt Dickinson

Award-winning authors Ruth Eastham and Matt Dickinson tell us about the inspirations behind their new books, The Moonlight Hare and Everest with A.J., the first two stories in their ‘Power Reads’ collection.

During the session, Matt and Ruth will tell you about the exciting launch of the books in North Lincolnshire, and their ongoing work with teachers, encouraging the children and their reading for pleasure.

Nicola Sinclair

Oxford University Press Literacy Consultant, Nicola Sinclair, tells us about the production process of graded reading books. If you've ever wondered how publishers decide on page design, layout, font choice, line length and vocabulary choices, this is the session for you.

Rachel Clarke

National literacy expert, Rachel Clarke, updates delegates on the latest trends and developments in English teaching.

AFTERNOON

Sue Hardy-Dawson

Children's poet, Sue Hardy-Dawson, teaches us how to enjoy poetry teaching in KS1 and KS2. Sue shares her debut collection Where Zebra's Go and encourages us all to get poetic.


Autumn 2017 - 100% Good or better feedback

Inspirational!

Extremely useful session again! Thank you.

Great resources and fun activities to use. Thanks Rachel.

Full of really useful activities.

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