Promoting Reading For Pleasure at KS2 Conference: 2020

Please note, this conference is now fully booked. But keep reading to see how you can be the first to hear about our future 2020 conferences!

Are you a headteacher, senior leader, or reading lead in a school in the North West?

Would you like to network and collaborate with other educators to promote Reading for Pleasure in your school?

Featured Workshops from:

The Literacy Shed (Rob Smith)

Rob Smith (@LiteracyShed) Rob Smith set up The Literacy Shed from his home way back in 2012 whilst teaching full time in a primary school in the North West of England.  From blogging about the films, he was using with his class, to a site filled with 300+ short films and animations, the website has gone from strength to strength.

Rob now travels the world evangelising about the use of film and image in the classroom and how they can benefit reading and writing practice.

In his talks, Rob demonstrates how film and image can help ignite a passion for writing whilst modelling and scaffolding the process.  He shows his audience that film can aid comprehension skills such as inference, deduction, prediction and more.

Rob’s techniques are now being used in 1000s of schools around the world and are having a positive impact upon the children whose teachers use them.

EIF Deep Dive Reading

This workshop will help prepare you for the new inspection framework on reading.

Sharing Best Practice on Reading Development

Listen to local schools as they share their ideas and practical strategies for engaging children in reading for pleasure.

There will also be opportunities to network with other school leaders and reading specialists.


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