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New resources available on Moodle+ for English Primary
by Emma Scribbans - Tuesday, 9 October 2018, 1:13 PM

If you are a Moodle+ subscriber follow the links below to new resources!  If not, find out how to subscribe at our Moodle+ Preview tab.

An exciting new section to support the teaching of poetry:

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Leading Improvement in Secondary English: Summer Conference – 27 June 2018
by Shauna Willmott - Wednesday, 20 June 2018, 3:20 PM

Final 2017/18 network and development session for secondary English subject co-ordinators. The Secondary English Conference provides the exciting opportunity to explore the key messages of the year in practice, learning from other teachers and gaining access to specialist insight. Delegates will engage in keynotes, and choose from a range of workshops run by secondary colleagues who will showcase their work.

Please click here to find out more and book your place.

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ENGL2039: Session 3 – An English Planning Tool to Support Pupils with SEND – 3rd and 4th July 2018
by Shauna Willmott - Tuesday, 19 June 2018, 10:39 AM

Following the huge take up and success of ‘An English Planning Tool to Support Pupils with SEND’ (ENGL1989), this course offers a session 3 as requested by delegates who attended sessions 1 and 2. Alongside further CPD, this will also be an opportunity to review outcomes with other schools and deepen use of the tool across the school in the future.

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Courses coming up in June!
by Katie Scott - Wednesday, 23 May 2018, 12:27 PM

ENGL2021 Talking and Reading to Develop Thinking in Year 6 and Year 7 English

This subject-based cluster group is informed by research into the potential of dialogic talk and reciprocal reading to motivate pupils to think and challenge themselves in group discussion whilst also ...

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