Power of Reading Information Conference 26 May 2017 10am - 1pm . Please note that this conference is now past.
Book a place on this morning conference and find out about this highly successful project which has raised achievement in over 3500 schools nationally.
We are all very excited by this new surge of interest in reading and I have had parents of reluctant readers feeling compelled to contact me to share their delight that their children are reading independently.
Year 6 Teacher, Power of Reading 2015-16
The Power of Reading Project enhances teachers’ and children’s pleasure in reading. Children’s achievement is raised through teachers’ knowledge of literature and its creative use in the classroom.
This conference is an opportunity for schools, school consortiums, academies and Local Authorities to discover the impact of the Power of Reading project on children’s enthusiasm for reading and the profound effect this has on attainment in reading and writing. It will transform schools literacy curriculums and delegates will discover how using great children’s literature and creative teaching approaches delights and engages children.
This conference will also introduce the new CLPE Reading and Writing scales, which help teachers strengthen formative assessment, understand a child’s journey to becoming literate and support progress for every child.
Delegates will receive a free Power of Reading teaching sequence. They are encouraged to stay and enjoy a sandwich lunch with CLPE teaching staff, Power of Reading school practitioners and delegates from other schools.
Project places for Power of Reading London 2016-2017 were sold out. Get ahead for 2017-2018 by attending this conference and booking your places in advance. Conference fee is redeemable against the course fee if you book on the day.
Schools who haven't yet done CLPE's Power of Reading - I have seen it change children's lives! Highly recommended.SF Said, Author of Power of Reading book Varjak Paw
All pupils must be encouraged to read widely across both fiction and non-fiction to develop their knowledge of themselves and the world in which they live, to establish an appreciation and love of reading, and to gain knowledge across the curriculum. Reading also feeds pupils’ imagination and opens up a treasure-house of wonder and joy for curious young minds.National Curriculum 2014