Cost: Free to members of BEST Trust otherwise £75
Target Group: KS1 teachers, new to KS1 teachers, literacy coordinators, KS1 leaders, assistant headteachers and teaching assistants working in KS1.
A BRAND NEW A TEXT-BASED UNIT OF WORK TO INSPIRE AND SUPPORT WRITING AND READING
‘GIANTS – NICE OR NASTY?’
Leader(s): Deborah Ainscoe, Headteacher & LA Moderator, Mike Ainscoe,Former National Strategies Consultant.
Participants will receive a unique unit pack in addition to extensive IT resources that meet the expectations of the new national curriculum in a dynamic and stimulating manner, providing a fabulous collection of ideas and resources to inspire and promote creative writing and reading.
|Date||Tuesday 3rd March 2020|
|Time||1.00pm – 3.30pm|
|Location||Bolholt Stables Country Club|
An exciting and extensive unit of work, including a wealth of differentiated resources, media and ICT, to develop reading and writing for KS1
The unit will be based upon the text ‘The Smartest Giant In Town’. George the giant buys some new clothes but meets various animals who desperately need his help…and his clothes. It will also contain an additional unit that focuses upon giant things which leads into an exploration of ‘Giants – nice or nasty?’, which provides background and context to the narrative and also serves as an independent mini unit.
Additional Information: Prepared and presented by Deborah Ainscoe (Headteacher Old Hall Primary, former Primary Literacy Consultant and LA writing moderator) and Mike Ainscoe (Former Primary Strategy Consultant). There will be examples of how the unit has been tried and tested within a school context and the development of reading and writing skills.
Places are limited therefore it is essential that you book a place and receive a confirmation and do not just turn up. If cancellation occurs less than 5 working days before the course takes place then full charges will be incurred.