Repeat course due to popular demand
Monday 9th November – Part 1
Monday 16th November – Part 2
Registration at 8.45am
A course over two half days to equip practitioners to implement a group intervention to raise pupil attainment in inferential comprehension, as well as applying the key intervention principles and strategies in the classroom context.
‘Inference Training’ is a research-based group intervention for KS2 and KS3 pupils with a focus on teaching reading comprehension delivered by teachers or teaching assistants. This intervention programme supports accelerated pupil progress by an average of 12 months progress in comprehension over a period of 10 weeks.
Trainer: Leah Freeman (EY2P Associate)
This course will address:
- Raising attainment in reading for KS2 and KS3 pupils who have age appropriate decoding skills but who are experiencing difficulty acquiring full meaning and enjoyment from their reading
- Key characteristics of reading comprehension
- Explicit identification of individual pupil difficulties in comprehending texts
- How to deliver a structured approach to the teaching of Inference Intervention sessions
- Applying key principles of ‘Inference Training’ Intervention to quality first teaching in the classroom context
- How to evaluate impact on data and effectiveness on pupil attainment and progress
Target audience: English Subject Leaders, SENCOs, KS2 and KS3 Teachers and TAs (It is recommended a teacher accompanies TA delegates to ensure maximum impact on pupil attainment)
Contact: Hayley Wynne – firstname.lastname@example.org OR 07935 352639
- 1 teacher delegate: £185 + VAT
- 2 delegate places: i.e. 1 teacher and 1 TA: £280 + VAT
- 3 delegate places: i.e. 1 teacher and 2 TAs: £360 + VAT
N.B. Price includes 1 resource file per school. If additional files are required, please contact email@example.com
This event is fully booked.
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