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Challenging the more able learner in English at KS1 and 2
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Challenging the more able learner in English at KS1 and 2

One-day course for primary practitioners


Date: 28 January 2020

Location: London

This one-day course is designed to give classroom teachers practical ways to create a learning environment of high challenge and high aspiration. Throughout the day, delegates will explore a broadening and deepening approach to literacy teaching, to immerse learners in a wide range of opportunities to develop reading, writing and spoken language.

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Led by NACE Associate Judith Mason, this one-day course offers a range of practical approaches to challenge and engage more able learners in English across key stages 1 and 2.

This workshop is aimed at:

  • Primary school teachers
  • More able coordinators/leads
  • Primary middle and senior leaders

9.00am: coffee and registration


  • Introduction and outcomes for the day
  • More able learners – principles of provision
  • Going deeper – text exploration

11.00am: break


  • Oracy and the able learner

12.45pm: lunch


  • Creativity and connections – challenge in writing
  • Reviewing current practice and provision for more able learners in English

3.00pm: close

Workshop leaders

Judith Mason
, NACE Associate

Education consultant specialising in primary English, with over 30 years’ experience of working with schools, providing CPD, consultancy and support across a range of contexts.

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