If you are a Local Authority, Teaching School or a consortium of schools we can work with you to put together a package of support based on areas of need you have identified. These packages can be tailored to address specific aspects of literacy practice and provision as well as specific audiences from NQTs and ITT to Subject Leaders, Teachers and Teaching Assistants.
In partnership with different organisations across the country, we have successfully delivered a range of different packages of support. These include: our Raising Achievement in Writing Programme, Developing Best Practice in Literacy for NQT’s Programme and our Teaching Assistant Courses. We also deliver Power of Reading and Power of Reading in the Early Years in a number of regions across the country in partnership with a range of providers.
To explore how your organisation could work with us, please complete and submit our Booking Enquiry Form
Over our forty-five year history we have developed an extensive network of partners in the world of education, academia and children’s publishing. We host a minimum of four annual conferences a year at our London Centre to promote best practice in different aspects of literacy in the primary setting. These days are packed with opportunities to engage with research and theory to stimulate reflective practice as well as engaging speakers and creative, interactive workshops to inspire teaching and learning.
We have had the privilege of the company of the likes of Professor Iram Siraj-Blatchford, Professor Teresa Cremin and Professor Henrietta Dombey as well as renowned authors, David Mckee, Elizabeth Laird, Julia Donaldson, Michael Rosen and Malorie Blackman to name but a few. We also participate in conferences across the country through invitations to deliver workshops and keynote talks.
If you are considering hosting a conference and would like us to deliver a workshop or keynote or you would like us to organise/ host the day please complete and submit our Booking Enquiry Form
Your school may be eligible to apply for funding from the Strategic School Improvement Fund to cover our literacy training. Applications for the third round of funding will open before Christmas 2017 and closing in Spring 2018.