Date(s) - 17/10/2022
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
The 2020 EEF guidance for improving literacy echoes the National Curriculum in its recognition of the writing process: Writing can be thought of as a process made up of five components: planning, drafting, revising, editing, and publishing. Effective writers use a number of strategies to support each component of the writing process.
This online session will consider and explore:
- the stages of the writing process and the focus of each
- the progression in National Curriculum expectations for each stage of the process
- how schools can build a writing curriculum that provides progression in the process
- how to develop a shared understanding of the writing process across your school
- effective and consistent teaching and learning approaches to ensure maximum impact on pupils’ writing
This course is part of the ‘Gaining Consistency’ series: a programme of CPD for those with a top-level view of the English curriculum in primary schools, focused on looking strategically at ensuring progression in the strands of the English curriculum, both across and within year-groups, and developing effective whole-school approaches to teaching and learning within each strand.
Each session will focus on a different aspect of English, meaning that schools can take part in all sessions or choose those that are most relevant to their school development priorities.
Sessions in the Gaining Consistency Series include:
A whole school approach to…
- Teaching the Writing Process | Mon 17.10.22 (3.30 – 5.30pm)
- Reading Comprehension | Thurs 24.11.22 (1 – 3pm)
- Greater Depth Writing | Tues 10.1.23 (3.30 – 5.30pm)
- Greater Depth Reading | Weds 8.2.23 (1 – 3pm)
- Developing Writing Fluency | Tues 21.3.23 (3.30 – 5.30pm)
- Developing Editing and Proofreading | Weds 26.4.23 (1 – 3pm)
What previous participants have said about other sessions within the Gaining Consistency Series:
(Reading) – Lots of useful information to think about here… and disseminate leading to meaningful change.
(Oracy) – Food for thought. Feel much more informed about oracy and the importance of teaching oracy.
(Reading Comprehension) – As a new-to-role English coordinator, I feel I have learnt a lot and have lots that I can feedback to staff. We are in the process of redesigning our curriculum offer and I feel much better equipped to ensure consistency of reading teaching across the school.
As an experienced English consultant, Susie works with schools, academies and partnerships to develop and improve all aspects of English across the primary age range. Using her knowledge of the curriculum, assessment and effective teaching and learning practices, she successfully supports many schools – leaders, teachers and support staff – to improve outcomes for their pupils. During her 20+ year career in Education, Susie has enjoyed classroom teaching, as well as holding a range of senior leadership posts. Prior to establishing her own consultancy business, she worked as an English Consultant for Oxfordshire County Council’s School Improvement Service. Susie has written, developed and led a wide variety of training events, programmes and projects to address current local and national educational priorities and, in recognition of this work, has been awarded the Gold Quality Mark for Professional Development by the London Institute of Education. Susie is an accredited trainer for several reading intervention programmes and has recently worked with OUP to write and present a new online professional development package for their Project X CODE intervention.
Susie is passionate about finding innovative ways to inspire teachers and engage learners. Her face-to-face and online training is of high quality: rooted in the curriculum, with evidence-based practice coupled with creative teaching and learning approaches. She believes in a bespoke approach to school support, working alongside school leaders, class teachers and support staff to develop practice through a range of leadership and classroom-based strategies, always precisely tailored to the identified needs of the school.
Susie provides training, resources and school support in partnership with local and national organisations, such as Quest for Learning, Oxfordshire County Council, OTSA and Oxford University Press.
Accessing the online event
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Participation in online events
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Our online events aim to be interactive and at times you may be expected to have your camera and microphone on during the session, although usually your microphone should be muted.
We may use ‘Raised Hands’, ‘Reactions’, ‘Chat’, ‘Polls’, shared whiteboards and shared screens during the session. We may also use ‘Breakout Rooms’ to allow you to work in a smaller group.
This event will not be recorded for copyright and privacy reasons.
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