Boosting Reading at Primary, Boosting Reading at Secondary
On return to school after closure some of your pupils may require catch-up provision in reading as part of your recovery curriculum. Government guidance is advising schools to prioritise the identification of gaps and re-establish good progress in phonics, reading and vocabulary. Boosting Reading @ Primary and Boosting Reading @ Secondary includes all of these essential elements with a strong evidence base for targeted support for pupils reading just below the expected standard for their age.
This two day training programme for teachers and teaching assistants aims to deepen pedagogical understanding on the balanced reader, teach pupils a wide range of reading skills that are applied strategically and supports the use of high-quality formative assessment to personalise learning.
There is a strong and consistent body of evidence demonstrating the benefit of one-to one tutoring using structured interventions for children who are struggling with literacy (Improving Literacy in KS1, EEF)
A two day modular programme which includes:
• Understanding how pupils learn to read
• The BRP/BRS 3 part lesson structure
• Observing readers and analysing reading behaviours
• Learning to read and reading to learn
• Making links between BRP and other reading contexts to ensure a consistent approach
Two full days online with gap tasks between days. There will be a mix of synchronous and asynchronous activities to stimulate high-quality professional dialogue and collaborative learning.
After completion of training and experience of co-ordinating and teaching pupils in BRP/BRS there will be an opportunity for teachers to uplift to an accredited trainer status. Interested schools can contact Leah Freeman, National Leader NW for more information.
Dates for 2020-2021:
Thursday 17th and Thursday 24th June 2021 – 9:00am – 3:30pm
Audience: Reading leads, intervention leads, teachers and teaching assistants
Cost of training is:
£200 per delegate (including a resource file)
£1200 per school for a bespoke version of this training with as many delegates as the school requires.
For more information and to book a place please contact: Leah Freeman, firstname.lastname@example.org – Deputy Leader Oasis Innovation Teaching School/Boosting Reading National Leader/Reading Recovery Teacher Leader
This course is part of our exciting partnership with Oasis Innovation Teaching School Alliance.