Book here for the 2017-18, pay now or by 30 Sept 2017.
This is the third Power of Reading training running in 2017-18. The first and second have sold out.
The Power of Reading is a four day school development project which engages teachers and children in the literacy curriculum through using high quality books and proven teaching approaches. This project group will run from CLPE Centre in London.
The project offers multi-layered professional development drawing on CLPE’s highly regarded classroom-based research and experience of working with teachers. It combines an introduction to outstanding books for teachers and children with an approach to teaching the English curriculum that is creative, engaging and develops a love of literacy.
This successful project is in its thirteenth year and has worked nationally with over 3500 schools and 5000 teachers in 50 Local Authorities.
Power of Reading in the Early Years is available at a discounted rate for schools booking on the Power of Reading at CLPE. Find out more here.
The Power of Reading is fully aligned to and meets all requirements of the National Curriculum 2014.
Schools on the Power of Reading Project receive:
*Website access will commence on the launch day of the project
The training has been fully updated:
What difference does it make?
Data shows the project is effective in raising children’s achievement and progress in reading and writing.
Summary of research:
For central projects run from the CLPE Centre in London the package for one teacher (including website subscription) is £1450/£950 for each additional teacher.
There is also an optional introductory staff meeting: £600 + travel expenses
Bringing the Power of Reading project to you
We can deliver the project to groups of schools in a local area. Bespoke packages are arranged with Academy Trusts, School Consortiums, Local Authorities and University Departments.
For more information about commissioning a local project please contact Gwyneth Dear, Business Development Manager or phone 020 7902 2295
"Children's writing has developed immensely and progress has accelerated. Our children now love reading and approach writing bursting with ideas and confidence."Headteacher, 2017