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Last chance to book on our Primary English Developing Fluency and Stamina 2020-21 Webinar! – 27 September and 11 October 2021
by Cormac Wilton - Friday, 17 September 2021, 10:27 AM

This course is for KS1 and 2 practitioners who wish to further develop their approach to teaching fluency and stamina within their reading curriculum. The training will provide delegates with the pedagogy to increase fluency and a range of practical strategies to use in the classroom.

Search and book on the learning zone using keywords: fluency stamina

Price: Sub £240/ SLA £180/ Full £288

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HAM Version 6 updated July 21
by Emma Scribbans - Thursday, 16 September 2021, 12:21 PM

Minor changes have been made to the HIAS HAM statements in Moodle+.  Version 6 can be downloaded below, along with a further document identifying the changes for your reference.  SIM updates have already taken place.  The same documents are also available in Assessment Moodle+ and English Moodle+...

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New Guidance for managing COVID-19 in education settings in Autumn 2021 is available to view
by Cormac Wilton - Wednesday, 8 September 2021, 3:42 PM

The guidance for managing COVID-19 in education settings in Autumn 2021 has changed. Recorded webinars and a set of PPT slides have been created to support educational settings which you can find here. This guidance is not static but will evolve further as the term progresses so please check regularly for updates.

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Take a look at our latest English offer - Understanding Reading Ages – Implications for Teaching across the Curriculum (Webinar) – 28 September 2021
by Cormac Wilton - Wednesday, 8 September 2021, 11:16 AM

The majority of secondary schools run some form of reading age testing and share reading age data with teachers, but this information is not always well understood by teachers beyond the understanding that some students find reading more difficult than others.  This webinar aims to take you ...

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