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Reading Fluency Expo!

Venue
Webinar, Webinar
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Course Tutors
Kathy Roe / Penny Slater
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Target Audience
Classroom Teachers / Deputy Headteachers / Heads of Department/Faculty / Headteachers / Middle Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / Senior Leaders / Subject Leaders
target audience
Course Types
Conference
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS) / Early Years PVI Settings
Subject
Early Years PVI Settings - EYFS / English
Event Description
Our keynote speaker for this year’s conference will be the internationally renowned English educational trainer, writer, author and poet Pie Corbett: ‘The Big Picture Within Which Fluency Sits’.

Over the course of the day delegates will also be able to take part in workshops and hear presentations from:

Dr Tim Rasinski, professor of literacy education at Kent State University and director of its award-winning reading clinic. Dr Rasinski is the author of the fluency chapter for the Handbook of Reading Research. His presentation will be: 'Building a Strong Reading Foundation – Phonics, Vocabulary, and Fluency’.

Kate Charlton, NQT Lead and Moderation Manager, Central Bedfordshire. Kate and her team have run the Herts for Learning KS1 and KS2 Reading Fluency Projects in their Local Authority and have dug deep into the project data, revealing some fascinating insights. Her presentation will be entitled: “More than just a test – how the YARC test illuminates our understanding of barriers and progress”.

Martin Galway, Primary Teaching and Learning Adviser (English), Herts for Learning will present: “Mapping out the reading curriculum: key considerations for subject leads".

There will be additional contributions from classroom practitioners:

Lauren Haines, English Subject Lead at Gloucester Road Nursery and Primary School, Cheltenham
Hannah Trickett, Headteacher at Maple Cross JMI and Nursery School, Rickmansworth
Nicola O’Brien, English Subject Lead at St John’s Catholic Primary School, Rickmansworth
Our KS3 contributor will be Sam Taylor, Second in Charge of English at Great Marlow School, Buckinghamshire

Chorleywood Bookshop, an independent bookseller based in Hertfordshire and very experienced in working with local schools, will present delegates with some exciting new releases in children’s literature and be on-hand for book-talk and a Q and A session.
Training objectives
Join experts in the field of improving reading comprehension:


  • gain practical insights into what works in classrooms from KS1-KS3 – learn from those who have experienced great outcomes for their pupils

  • be enthused by a learning community who share the same passion and interest

Learning outcomes
This full-day online event has been planned to keep delegates engaged and motivated from start to finish and provide them with:


  • practical insights into what works in classrooms from KS1-KS3 – learn from those who have experienced great outcomes for their pupils

  • the opportunity to be enthused by a learning community who share the same passion and interest

  • the opportunity to identify new strategies to improve reading comprehension in their school

Additional Information
The conference is open to all but would be especially suitable for KS1, KS2 and KS3 classroom teachers, including TAs and NQTs, English subject leaders, Heads of Department, and aspiring leaders / heads of department and headteachers.
Enquiries
Start Date
Wednesday 20 January 2021
End Date
Wednesday 20 January 2021
Closing Date
Tuesday 19 January 2021
Times
09:15 - 15:45
Maximum Places
200 
Maximum places per establishment
200 
Cost
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Number of Sessions
1