Improving Secondary Literacy, Norwich City Centre TBC, Wednesday, 22. January 2020

Brought to you by Norwich Research School, developed by the wider Research Schools Network, a course designed to support secondary schools master the reading and writing challenges of the new curriculum in every subject.
Based on the EEF’s guidance and rooted in the latest research, this professional development programme will enable your teachers make confident decisions that will help your pupils access the complexities of the new curriculum in every subject.
Over three full-day workshops, participants will develop a deep understanding of what the research says makes for effective teaching of Disciplined (subject-specific) Literacy, and apply this in their schools. Participants will be given a wealth of strategies for vocabulary instruction, reading and writing in every subject discipline.
Outcomes of the programme:

Evaluate current practice in light of the evidence.
Explore evidence-based reading and writing strategies.
Enhance assessment and intervention as part of a whole-school focus on Literacy.
Mobilise a whole-school approach to Disciplinary Literacy.

This programme is aimed at senior leaders of Curriculum, Subject Leads and Literacy coordinators.
Day One: Wed 22 January 2020 8.45am-3.15pm

Unpack and explore the evidence regarding literacy at the transition to Secondary phase.
Explore strategies for deliberate Vocabulary Instruction.
Unpack and explore the nuances of subject-specific reading strategies.
Audit your school / subject’s current practice.

 Day Two: Wed 11 March 2020 8.45am-3.15pm

Explore the evidence regarding teaching Writing at Secondary phase
Evaluate how you currently model writing to pupils
Develop strategies to improve spelling
Tightly define Literacy aims for subjects in your school as part of a whole-school approach.

 Day Three: Wed 24 June 2020 8.45am-3.15pm

Unpack EEF guidance on Assessment.
Evaluate your school’s current approach to interventions in response to Literacy barriers
Apply the EEF guidance on effective Implementation and Evaluation, in producing a delivery plan for whole-school Literacy

Schools will need to support their participants by providing them with the time to implement their learning back at school. This is a comprehensive development programme involving intersessional tasks for participants. Schools will need to prioritise implementation of learning from this programme at a senior level.
Please note that contact information provided upon booking will be shared with the research team at the University of Nottingham, which has been commissioned by the Education Endowment Foundation to independently evaluate the Research Schools Network programme, and will treat all the data in strict confidence.
Norwich Opportunity Area schools who wish to send delegates to this course will be able to claim back cover costs for all three sessions.

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