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Writing Courses

Writing in Year 2 – Achieving ‘Expected’ and ‘Greater Depth’ at the end of KS1

 

You will receive expert advice on how to teach a range of writing skills to raise attainment and to ensure your children achieve the ‘expected’ and ‘greater depth’ standards.

 

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This course will provide:

  • a comprehensive overview of all relevant documents for end of KS1 assessment including ‘unpicking’ each standard and advice on making accurate judgements
  • guidance on effective teaching of spelling and handwriting skills
  • support to develop progression in sentence structure and punctuation to meet the standards
  • advice on improving vocabulary and grammar skills through the use of quality texts and links to topic areas
  • ideas for exciting opportunities to apply skills into a range of fiction and non-fiction writing tasks, including cross-curricular contexts
  • guidance on teaching independent proof-reading skills
  • advice on internal/external moderation including developing an effective plan for collecting evidence
  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Year 2
  • Date:  15.01.18
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • Venue: St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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Writing in Year 6 – Achieving ‘Expected’ and ‘Greater Depth’ at the end of KS2

 

You will receive expert advice on how to teach a range of writing skills to raise attainment and to ensure your children achieve the ‘expected’ and ‘greater depth’ standards.

 

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This course will provide:

  • a comprehensive overview of all relevant documents for end of KS2 assessment including ‘unpicking’ each standard and advice on making accurate judgements
  • guidance on effective teaching of spelling and handwriting skills
  • support to develop the key skills in vocabulary, grammar and punctuation needed to meet the ‘expected’ standard
  • specific advice on how to develop the additional skills required to meet the ‘greater depth’ standard
  • a variety of ideas on how to motivate writers including the use of quality texts, film, ‘real-life’ experiences and cross-curricular contexts
  • guidance on teaching independent proof-reading and editing skills
  • advice on internal/external moderation including developing an    effective plan for collecting evidence

 

  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Years 5 and 6
  • Date:  23.01.18
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • Venue: St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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 Inspire Writing and Raise Attainment in Year 5 and Year 6

 

This course will support you to plan, teach and assess writing through a unit of work. Using a range of strategies, we will help you to inspire your children to become more confident, creative and independent writers.

 

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This course will provide:

  • guidance on how to plan an effective teaching sequence within an exciting narrative unit
  • advice on how to use a high-quality children’s book to inspire writing
  • support on how to plan and teach grammar and punctuation in context, improving basic skills and final writing outcomes
  • advice on improving the teaching of writing through the use of modelled writing and focused group work
  • guidance on teaching independent proof-reading and editing skills
  • support on how to to develop effective marking and feedback

 

  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Years 5 and 6
  • Date:  20.11.17
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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 Inspire Writing and Raise Attainment in Year 3 and Year 4

 

This course will support you to plan, teach and assess writing through a unit of work. Using a range of strategies, we will help you to inspire your children to become more confident, creative and independent writers.

 

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The course will provide:

  • guidance on how to plan an effective teaching sequence within an exciting narrative unit
  • advice on how to use a high-quality children’s book to inspire writing
  • support on how to plan and teach grammar and punctuation in context, improving basic skills and final writing outcomes
  • advice on improving the teaching of writing through the use of modelled writing and focused group work
  • guidance on teaching independent proof-reading and editing skills
  • support on how to to develop effective marking and feedback
  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Years 3 and 4
  • Date:  16.11.17
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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 Inspire Writing and Raise Attainment in Year 1 and Year 2

 

This course will support you to plan, teach and assess writing through a unit of work. Using a range of strategies, we will help you to inspire your children to become more confident, creative and independent writers.

 

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The course will provide:

  • guidance on how to plan an effective teaching sequence within an exciting narrative unit
  • advice on how to use a high-quality children’s book to inspire writing
  • guidance on how to use Talk for Writing strategies to improve writing composition and to develop independence
  • support on how to plan and teach grammar and punctuation in context, improving basic skills and final writing outcomes
  • advice on improving the teaching of writing through the use of modelled writing and focused group work
  • guidance on teaching independent proof-reading and editing skills
  • support on how to develop effective marking and feedback
  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Years 1 and 2
  • Date:  11.10.17
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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 Inspire Writing and Raise Attainment in Reception

 

This course will support you to plan, teach and assess a thematic unit based on a high-quality picture book.  We will support you to develop a creative approach to developing writing in a Foundation Stage setting.

 

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The course will provide:

  • ways to use quality texts to engage children, improve essential reading skills and create stimulating opportunities to write
  • advice on how to use Talk for Writing strategies to improve oral re-telling of narratives and simple non-fiction texts
  • fun and creative ideas to develop both gross and fine motor skills
  • strategies to encourage independent application of phonic skills in writing
  • ideas for purposeful writing opportunities in areas of continuous provision
  • guidance on how to develop the use of the outdoor environment to stimulate meaningful independent writing opportunities
  • Suitable audience: Teachers in Reception
  • Date:  01.12.17
  • Time: 9.00am to 3.30pm (Registration at 8.45am)
  • St. John’s Church Centre
  • Price: £170.00
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Jane is very informative and makes the course enjoyable and engaging.

Victoria Kemp

Denton West End

I love attending Debs’ training – funny, informative and easy to work with.

Emma Westhead

Warrington

Opportunity to reflect on the writing process and discuss next steps.  Content all lively and interesting.

Jane Hodgkinson

Meadowside

Good ideas on how to integrate grammar and spelling teaching into literacy lessons rather than always as separate discrete session.

Rachael Gray

Warrington

Contact Us

Jane Creed – Mobile: 07724 558282 – jane@bced.co.uk

Debs Bragard – Mobile: 07595 421642 – debs@bced.co.uk

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