GROW@KS3 Literacy Intervention training for Years 7-9
A new literacy intervention to improve oracy, reading and writing for lower attaining Year 7+ NCL3). 3 day course at the Reading Centre,Barlow Hall Primary School. Contact us for more information.
Wed 13 Nov 2019 9.00am - 4.00pm
Wed 20 Nov 2019 9.00am - 4.00pm
Wed 04 Dec 2019 9.00am - 4.00pm
|Barlow Hall Primary School||19 places available||£500.00|
Wed 22 Apr 2020 9.00am - 4.00pm
Wed 29 Apr 2020 9.00am - 4.00pm
Wed 06 May 2020 9.00am - 4.00pm
|Barlow Hall Primary School||20 places available||£500.00|
GROW@KS3 is a brand new literacy intervention designed to support high schools in improving literacy levels in children working at lower levels in Year 7 and above.
Barlow Hall Primary School are hosting 3 days of targetted literacy training, facilitated by the Institute of Education, on Wednesday 13th November 2019, Wednesday 20th November 2019 and Wednesday 4th December 2019 to train teachers and TAs to deliver this programme.
Costs are £500 per delegate with additional places costing £400 per delegate.
In order to book a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org
This is a great opportunity for high schools in Manchester to support children working at lower levels.
- Audience is low literacy attaining Y7 students (=/< NCL3)
- Students are taught individually or in groups up to 3
- Lessons take place a minimum of 3 times each week & last 30-45 mins
- Lessons are taught by specially trained GROW@KS3practitioners who may be teachers, librarians or HLTAs
- A 10 week initial period is suggested; 20 weeks is max.
- The GOAL – independent & highly motivated learners whose literacy improves every time they read and write!
What you will learn
The Initial Professional Development (IPD) three-day course for GROW@KS3 includes training on:
- literacy assessment
- reading and comprehension
- working on words
- talk for writing and guided writing
The course is accredited by the Institute of Education and will be delivered at Barlow Hall Primary School for the Manchester area. A high level of pedagogical skill on the part of practitioners is assumed during the professional development in order that students who may have become passive or negative are taught successfully. Schools benefit considerably from having two people undertake the course, so a discount for second participants from the same school is available.
Who is it for?
Teachers and TAs involved in teaching literacy groups in Year 7 and above.