Training and workshops

Evidence-based CPD and workshops to help you evaluate, plan and take action to improve literacy outcomes in your setting.

Our courses

Upcoming sessions

  • IPEELL writing event 15 Jan 2020 - 02 Jul 2020

    Improving Writing in Key Stage 2 - Leicestershire

    A course to help Key Stage 2 teachers use memorable experiences and to teach self-regulation, building high quality writing.
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  • Bookbench small event 30 Jan 2020 - 30 Jun 2020

    Reading for Pleasure in Key Stages 2 and 3 - Peterborough

    1.5 day CPD linked to Peterborough Reads BookBench project
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  • jelleke-vanooteghem-2OCh8tuNsBo-unsplash.jpg event 28 Jan 2020

    Teaching Vocabulary within the Curriculum - Liverpool

    A half-day workshop to help secondary teachers to develop students' academic language and subject-specific vocabulary.
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About our training

Our courses are are fully aligned with the DfE standards for teachers' professional development and offer teachers both a chance to immerse themselves in enquiry, questioning and experimentation and innovative strategies and practical ideas to support literacy.

Guidance from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) shows that professional development should be a priority for pupil premium spending - our courses focus on areas that most often create barriers for disadvantaged students.

"Thanks for an informative day - I'm going away with inspiration for my own practice and whole school CPD."


Multi-school, local authority and bulk purchase offers

If you work in a teaching school alliance, multi-academy trust or an existing cluster, we offer flexible pricing options for you to make the most of our training courses.

Embed sustainable literacy strategies across community of schools, promote school-to-school support.

Get in touch with Emily to discuss your options on 0207 587 3067 or email emily.best@literacytrust.org.uk

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