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Herts for Learning KS2 Reading Fluency Project: implications for classroom practice

Event/course Code SCH CURR326
Event/course type Course
Number of sessions 1  
Event/course summary This one-day CPD event will offer an insight into the transformational teaching strategies used in the Herts for Learning KS2 Reading Fluency Project. The project draws on proven reading strategies to improve pupils’ trajectory towards the Expected Standard (EXS) in reading in Year 6, including:

• modelling of fluent reading

• echo reading

• repeated re-reading

• skilled questioning leading to deep discussion

• selection of well-chosen texts

• modelling of comprehension skills
 

In addition to these strategies, a heavy emphasis is placed on the need for children to develop a ‘performance’ reading style which further embeds their newly formed habit of reading for meaning.

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Aims
Learning outcomes - skills and knowledge .
Intended impact on practice Intended impact on pupil outcomes includes:



  • increased stamina – able to read more text for a longer period whilst retaining understanding

  • increased accuracy – pupils make less substitutions omissions, mispronunciations or additions when reading a ‘cold’ tex

  • increased enjoyment – pupils read more and are more willing to explore a wider range of literature

  • increased confidence – pupils tackle challenging texts with greater willingness and show improved tenacity in teasing out meaning

  • increased engagement – pupils offer more extended contributions in group discussions about challenging texts

Additional event/course information
Who is this event for? Y5 and Y6 teachers

English Subject Leaders 
Relevance to national/professional standards This event meets the following elements of the DfE Standard for teachers’ professional development:

•              Professional development should have a focus on improving and evaluating pupil outcomes.

•              Professional development should be underpinned by robust evidence and expertise.

•              Professional development should include collaboration and expert challenge.

•              Professional development must be prioritised by school leadership.
Lead Trainer
Trainers Herts for Learning consultants
Information about trainer(s)  
Subject Areas English / Reading / Writing
Key Stages
Foundation Yes KS1 Yes KS2 No KS3 Yes KS4 Yes KS5 Yes 14-19/24 Yes 
Event/course administrator Angela Blake (profcenttraining@richmondandwandsworth.gov.uk)
Event/course organiser Ingrid Seifert
Event/course costs
Richmond and Wandsworth statutory organisation and Wandsworth school£180.00
Wandsworth voluntary or community organisation and Richmond voluntary or community organisation (adult services)£0.00
Wandsworth private, independent or academy school / organisation and Richmond private organisation (adult services)£200.00
Out of Wandsworth borough school or organisation (children's services) / out of Richmond and Wandsworth organisation (adult services)£200.00
SessionSession DateSession TimeSession VenueMap
Session 1Tuesday 14 January 202009:30 - 15:30Burntwood SchoolMap