Are you considering the Power of Reading for 2017-18? Find out where projects are running nationally

The Power of Reading and Power of Reading in the Early Years are proven to raise children's literacy achievement. Established for 13 years, over 5000 teachers have taken part in the training which enhances teachers’ knowledge of quality literature and develops their ability to use it  in the classroom.

Power of Reading and Power of Reading in the Early Years 2017-18 are taking place in the following regions:

Power of Reading

London - starts 21 September 2017. SOLD OUT

London - starts 28 September 2017. SOLD OUT

London - starts 5 October 2017. Find out more here

Peterborough - starts  17 November 2017. Find out more here

Birmingham - starts 6 October 2017. Find out more here

Newcastle - starts 9 October 2017. Find out more here

Kingston & Richmond - starts 13 October 2017. Book here

Liverpool - starts 3 November 2017. Book here

Barnsley - starts 10 November 2017. Find out more here

Power of Reading in the Early Years

Central London - starts 28 November 2017. Book here

Kingston & Richmond - starts 20 October 2017. Book here

"The things I have learned have impacted my teaching considerably and our results in writing since the start of the project have exceeded expectations." Teacher, 2015

This 4 day course includes:

  • 4 INSET sessions designed by our highly experienced team of teachers to ensure children are engaged by high quality literature
  • 2 packs of carefully chosen children's books (20 books per teacher) and selected associated teaching resources
  • An audit of classroom/school literacy provision and support to develop a whole school approach to reading and writing
  • Children's book groups to increase enthusiasm for high quality literature and understanding of how to share this in the classroom
  • A subscription to a resource-packed website which hosts over 190 teaching sequences for EYFS up to KS2, explanations of our teaching approaches and over 1500 examples of good practice
  • Opportunities to meet leading children's authors and poets such as Chris Haughton (SSHH we have a plan!) and CLiPPA 2016 winner Sarah Crossan (One)

Have a question about Power of Reading or want to book a regional project? Email [email protected]  or phone 020 7902 2295. Photography takes place at some of our events. If you have any concerns please email [email protected] or talk to a member of CLPE staff.