Training & consultancy

Expert literacy training for schools and school communities.

Introduction

We have over two decades of expertise in providing quality INSET to education professionals, from teachers to teaching assistants and other support staff, to students. We can also provide workshops for parents of children at your school.

Schools workshops
Courses we can provide to primary schools include:

  • Developing Phonological Awareness
  • Essential Phonics
  • Progressing from the Higher Levels of Phonics to the effective teaching of Spelling, Punctuation & Grammar
  • Dyslexia Awareness and Support Strategies
  • Supporting Struggling Readers & Writers across the Primary Age Range
  • Supporting Children With English As An Additional Language (EAL)
  • Developing Young Learners’ Vocabulary

In addition, we offer following training to secondary schools:

Parent workshops
We can support your school with the following workshops for parents:

  • Phonics
  • Reading and Comprehension
  • Talking and Communicating with your child
  • Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

We also can provide a Ready For Reading And Writing pack for parents. This contains our booklet Getting Ready For Reading and Writing, plus activities and resources.

Communication, Language and Literacy Development Consultancy

Our consultant can also offered tailored support to help your school meet its literacy needs and develop staff. Advice and support could include:

  • Selecting and implementing a phonics programme
  • Tracking and monitoring progress across key stage stages
  • Measuring the impact of your interventions
  • Enhancing your literacy provision in Early Years and KS1
  • Developing phonics teaching across the key stages

For further details, please download our Training Brochure.

To book a training session, order a Ready For Reading And Writing Pack, or to find out more, please contact us on 020 7740 1008 or drop us an email.

Find out what schools say about other areas of our work.

  • “The most useful part for me was the short-term memory strategies for children who have literacy difficulties.”

    - KS1 teacher, Tooting.