Preparing for Literacy: Improving language, communication and literacy in the Early Years

Preparing for Literacy: improving language, communication and literacy in the Early Years

The programme is aimed at Subject Leaders, Key Stage Leaders, Strategic Leaders and Class Teachers.

PLEASE NOTE THIS IS A 3 AND A HALF DAY PROGRAMME

Day 1: 14th January

Day 2: 27th February

Day 3: 27th March

Day 4 (HALF DAY): 18th June

Programme Overview:

Are you an enthusiastic EYFS practitioner with a thirst to improve practice in your setting? Are you concerned about the growing number of children who arrive in Reception well below age expected in language, communication, and literacy? Are you struggling to close the attainment gap in Reception?

This three-day programme is designed to examine a range of research and resources that demonstrate how progress in language, communication and literacy can be accelerated, closing the attainment gap and enabling our children in Reception to do the very best they can regardless of their background. This prorgramme is underpinned by the seven recommendations to support improving early language and literacy found within the Preparing for Literacy Guidance Report .

This CPD training programme has been developed by the Education Endowment Foundation and Research Schools Network, drawing upon the most recent and robust evidence of impact.

Day one: Introduction to the evidence Oral language and reading Evidence into practice.

Day two: The school’s guide to implementation Handwriting Parental support.

Day three: Effective assessment High quality interventions Action planning.

Audience:
EYFS Practitioners/ Primary:
Subject leads
KS leads
Strategic leads
Class teachers

Location:
Cathedral Suite
Cathedral Road
Chadderton
Oldham
OL9 0RG

Time:
09:00am – 15:45pm

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