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One Day National Conference ; Moving English Forward One Year On - 20th March 2013

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A One Day National Conference with half day briefing

 

Moving English Forward: One Year On

Wednesday 20th March 2013 - Central London
  
This conference has an attached half day briefing
Managing the Transition from Primary to Secondary English
Thursday 21st March 2013 - Central London
  
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Speakers include :
- Keynote: Jane Hough, Team Leader, English, National Curriculum Review Division, DfE
- Keynote: Philip Jarrett, Former HMI Subject Adviser for English, Ofsted
- Chair: Miranda McKearney, Chief Executive, The Reading Agency
- Clare Haviland, English Subject Adviser, Edexcel
- Jared Brading, Executive Headteacher, St Mary’s Primary School
- Kim Day-Haynes, Assistant Headteacher, Park High School
- Sharon Piper, Director of Inclusion, Cranford Park Academy
  
About the event:
  

With the new draft curriculums for English due for publication in March 2013, our Moving English Forward: One Year On Conference will examine how to raise standards and improve attainment in English. One year after the Ofsted Moving English Forward report was launched, this timely conference will give you crucial policy updates and expert advice on developing successful strategies in order to drive pupil progress.
  
This timely conference is your opportunity to hear best practice examples of how to combine a traditional curriculum, focusing on improving spelling, punctuation and grammar, with continued creative and innovative teaching.
  
Benefits of attending:

- Hear from the DfE regarding the new English curriculum, plans for the future and implications for schools
- Obtain clarification from an examining board on the impact of changes ahead for assessment and examinations with the move from modular to linear
- Benefit from a best practice example of placing reading at the heart of the school to turn achievement around
- Understand how to embed a high level of knowledge across the workforce to improve literacy
- Take away guidance on how to develop a phonics centred strategy using the 'Read Write Inc' model
- Learn how to deliver carefully targeted intervention programmes while also ensuring attention is focussed on gifted and talented students
  


  

 

This conference has an attached half day briefing

 

Managing the Transition from Primary to Secondary English

Thursday 21st March 2013 - Central London
  
Chair: David Birth, Deputy Director, National Education Trust
  
This half day briefing will highlight how to establish strong relationships with feeder schools, with examples from schools who have successfully built good links and have bridged the gap to understand the appropriate expectation of levels of progress.
  
Book conference and briefing and get a 20% discount
  
More Information: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/managing-the-transitions-from-primary-to-secondary-english-briefing.html?code=$AMF_4.booking_source$
    
  

 

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