Date(s) - 13/05/2021
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
This interactive on-line CPD session will focus on subject knowledge and progression in the early teaching of phonics, with a focus on Phases 1-3
By the end of the training participants will be able to:
• demonstrate a secure subject knowledge of Phase 1-3 (Letters and Sounds)
• know effective ways of teaching early blending and segmenting
• understand progression throughout the early phases
• draw upon a bank of practical activities and ideas to support the above
• use a range of strategies to support children in applying phonics within reading and writing
This course is suitable for NQTs, RQTs, returners to teaching or teachers new to a key stage/area of English or teachers who would like a refresher and some new ideas.
Julie is an established English consultant with an extensive knowledge of the curriculum, assessment and effective learning and teaching approaches. Prior to this role, her experience of teaching in primary schools in both Oxfordshire and Devon included key roles in piloting and developing many aspects of English. She has been awarded the Gold Quality Mark for Professional Development by the London Institute of Education and is an accredited Edge Hill Every Child Counts trainer for 1stClass@Writing. Julie’s work with focused English projects, such as Every Child Writes, and individual schools enables her to offer high quality school support. She has designed and delivered many professional development programmes and training materials to support schools in English. Her passion and enthusiasm for engaging children in the curriculum is seen through her creative approaches, which inspire both teachers and learners. As a firm believer in working alongside teachers, Julie is keen to ensure that support provided is bespoke to individual school needs. Julie has worked as an associate trainer for Birmingham Services for Education and is currently providing training on behalf of Rising Stars, Quest for Learning and Oxfordshire Teaching Schools Alliance. Julie also reviews documents relating to English and assessment for educational publishers.
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Participation in the online event
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Cost includes VAT which may be recovered by schools
£40 + VAT
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