Free Webinar – Catch-up and Progression in Writing: Introducing Pathways to Write

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Date(s) - 30 Sep 20
3:45 pm - 5:00 pm


A high quality, whole school programme for the teaching of writing, using well-chosen and inspiring texts as a starting point to inspire pupils’ own love of writing. The mastery approach adopted is ambitious, challenging young writers at every level, and likely to result in excellent progress for all.
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Course description: This webinar will provide school leaders with information required to effectively lead English in school with an emphasis on catch-up for all pupils. The webinar will focus on ensuring your curriculum is 2020-21 ready and a  brief overview of the new Ofsted framework linked to English and the curriculum will be shared. Opportunities for wider curriculum links will be discussed through our exciting, award winning Pathways to Write resource. Pathways to Write can support catch-up and curriculum provision for English and is being used with great success in around 200 schools nationwide.
Aims of the session:
– To consider catch-up within your curriculum intent and how this might be planned
– To consider the mastery approach to writing and how this can support the intent of your curriculum
– To explore how English can support effective implementation of your curriculum
– To investigate a range of inspiring resources and texts
– To look at how Pathways to Write can drive your curriculum themes
Date: Wednesday 30th September 2020
Time: 3:45pm to 5:00pm
Course Cost: FREE – please enter the name of the delegate and their contact email address on your booking
‘Working with The Literacy Company has been fantastic from start to finish! We have purchased the entire Pathways to Write programme which consists of excellent units which build writing in through reading, analysis and planning. 
Unanimously, our staff agree it is raising standards in English and the children are so inspired by the high-quality texts which are used. The standard of writing across the whole school is amazing and is impacting positively on standards.’
Head teacher, Birchwood C of E Primary School, December 2019


Bookings are closed for this event.