KS2 Reading Fluency Project: implications for classroom practice

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Herts for Learning KS2 Reading Fluency Project: implications for classroom
practice. 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 has been positively evaluated by the Institute of Effective
Education at York University: ‘Our research found that the HFL KS2 Reading
Fluency Project had a positive impact on developing pupils’ reading
accuracy and comprehension’ IEE, 2019

In autumn 2017, Hertfordshire advisers found pupils in receipt of pupil
premium grant (PPG) funding made the most progress – an average of 311⁄2
months progress over the course of the intervention. For more information
about the full Herts for Learning KS2 Reading Fluency Project: http://bit.ly/KS2RFProject

Course Summary:
Training focuses on ways of teaching modelled expressive reading, echo
reading and repeated re-reading. Teachers learn strategies for skilled
questioning, challenging text selection and modelling comprehension skills.

Aims:
Training aims to support teachers to:

  • Develop their understanding of the essential knowledge and skills required for pupils to become fluent readers.
  • Use evidence-informed strategies to accelerate pupil progress in reading.
  •  Improve the reading comprehension of vulnerable pupils particularly.

Target Audience: Upper KS2 teachers, English Subject Leaders, Pupil Premium Champions, Upper KS2 Phase Leaders, Headteachers, SENDCOs.

Date: Tuesday 1st October 2019
Time: 9.30am—3.30pm

Course Venue: The Diamond Academy, Thetford, IP24 3DP
Facilitator: Herts for Learning
Cost: £140 per delegate, including a light lunch

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