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Shared resources from membership meetings

Added 25 Jul 2017 | Updated 24 Aug 17

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Some of the fantastic resources that have been shared by our members in our termly meetings, which take place in locations around the country.

The resources available are:

  •  Read, Live, Learn – Whitefield Primary School in Liverpool share their Read, Live, Learn motto and what they have done to promote a love of reading amongst pupils and the wider community
  • Story Lines – a project run by St Augustine’s CE High School, London, to promote reading for pleasure using the London tube map.  In the zip folder you will find a copy of their presentation explaining what they did along with all you will need to replicate the project in your own school. (For copyright reasons we have removed the TfL logo from the documents)
  • Word Walls – Abraham Moss Community School, Manchester share the Word Walls they have created to boost language across the curriculum
  • Special Needs Information Press (SNIP) – a look at how Manchester Secondary PRU is focusing on literacy using the SNIP intervention programme
  • PSHE and literacy - an introduction to the "QB Canon", a collection of gripping books that Queensbridge School, Birmingham, link to the big topics in the PSHE curriculum
  • Transition - Details of the Charter School’s literacy focus to transition which includes cross-curricular literacy lessons, whole-school literacy "greats" and the National Literacy Trust's Reading for Your Future project
  • Transition challenge – an overview of the 676 transition challenge at King Edward VI School, Birmingham
  • Improving boys’ reading – a description of what Bearwood Primary School, Sandwell, did to promote and improve boys' reading after taking part in the National Literacy Trust's Improving Boys' Literacy CPD training


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