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January

Building a reading school

A discussion around how to develop the reading culture in your school, including ideas for guided reading, parental engagement and reading for pleasure.

Course Outline

A discussion around how to develop the reading culture in your school, including ideas for guided reading, parental engagement and reading for pleasure. Based on research, training courses (including Christine Cork’s Target Literacy ‘Reading for Pleasure’ workshops) and other tried-and-tested
ideas, this is an opportunity to consider new ways to drive the reading revolution in your school.

  • To share practical, tried-and-tested strategies and resources.
  • To discuss current practice and to share ideas.
  • To support teachers’ and leaders’ subject knowledge and leadership of Reading.

As part of the course, delegates will be provided with a resource pack, detailing course content and supporting resources. The pack will include handouts and powerpoint slides. There will be opportunities for discussion and sharing of good practice.

Delegates will also be asked to bring a favourite children’s book to share with the group, as well as any other reading activities or ideas from their own school.

Who is the course for?

English leaders and classroom teachers with an interest in building upon the current reading practices in their school.


How to book

To book onto this course please complete the booking form (DOCX, 55.7 KB) and email to courses@ekla.org.uk.

Starts

4:30pm

Ends

6pm


Venue

Joy Lane Primary School


Address

Joy Lane, Whitstable, Kent CT5 4LT

Cost

Free


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