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Herts for Learning

Half-day training The Writing Curriculum Intent, Implementation and Impact

Delivered by Herts for Learning and Collins

 

Rethink your approach to writing assessment with consistent expectations of standards from Years 1-6, and understand how to build a curriculum with appropriate coverage, structure and sequencing.

During this half day training you will take part in activities illustrating how each year group can ensure that end of year standards are at least in line with those expected at the ends of the key stages.

You will also understand how to use this concise assessment information to plan for a ‘rich and deep’ (Ofsted School Inspection Update)  curriculum that is reactive, focused and well informed.

Location:

Tuesday 24th March - The News Building, London Bridge

Thursday 26th March - Madeleine Lindley Bookstore, Oldham

Time: 

1pm - 4pm 

Cost:

£100 per delegate. On the day, you will take away a copy of a Primary Writing Toolkit for a year group of your choice, worth £99.99.

What you can expect from the day:

  • An understanding of end points and essential ongoing learning needs to develop across the school.
  • An approach to reducing the assessment burden.
  • Explore how objectives derived from national curriculum expectations can be matched to gaps in learning to inform planning.
  • A copy of the Primary Writing Toolkit for Y2 or Y6 (worth £99.99) written by Herts for Learning to provide focused planning and assessment guidance in line with national curriculum expectations

 About the Trainers

Jane Andrews
English Teaching and Learning Adviser
Herts for Learning

Jane has a proven track record of improving outcomes for children. Her keen interest in the development of writing, including a focus on grammar has contributed to acclaimed and consistently over-subscribed training.  Jane has also researched effective group and paired talk as part of her MA and served on the expert panel for SATs development at KS2 as well as contributing articles to national publications.

Alison Dawkins
English Teaching and Learning Adviser
Herts for Learning

Alison has considerable experience supporting the development of teachers and middle leaders. Assessment for Learning and delivering teaching in a creative and inclusive way, lie at the heart of her beliefs about how to improve outcomes for pupils. She is co-author of many highly acclaimed assessment materials. Alison has a particular interest in developing writing through reading and talk and her practical and engaging blogs for teachers achieve  a wide audience nationally.

Terms and Conditions

Collins reserves the right to cancel these events if minimum thresholds aren’t met. A full refund will be given.