Whole School Approach to Guided Reading - Every child a reader
|Wed 19 Jun 2019 9.00am - 12.00pm||Barlow Hall Primary School||9 places available||£90.00|
This course has been developed to respond to popular demand for support in quality Guided Reading in the context of real experiences within a school setting.
We will observe Guided Reading lessons in the classrooms across the whole school and also at the two way screen and discuss our experience of implementation and the influence of the principles of Reading Recovery on teaching and learning during guided reading.
Manchester teachers say ...
"Honest, brave and real - brilliant!"
"Fantastic training, really inspirational."
"Thank you! Best course I've been on in ages!"
What you will learn
Brief description: To respond to popular demand for support in quality Guided Reading in the context of real experiences within a school setting. Includes: Barlow Hall's School improvement journey; observation of three Guided Reading lessons; an opportunity to ask questions to a panel of Teachers/TA's; networking and discussion with other schools; and advice on school implementation.
The course includes:
- Barlow Hall's School improvement journey
- observation of three Guided Reading lessons
- an opportunity to ask questions to a panel of Teachers/TAs
- networking and discussion with other schools
- advice on school implementation
Who is it for?
Headteachers, Leadership Teams, Literacy Leads, Reading Recovery Teachers, Classteachers, TAs, NQTs, Governors, Student Teachers
About your course leader
Fiona Botterill is a Teacher Leader for Reading Recovery. Her specialism is in designing bespoke school improvement packages for all aspects of literacy. Fiona can train new Reading Recovery teachers and provide continuing professional programmes for existing Reading Recovery teachers so that they can maintain their licence for Reading Recovery.