Ten Top Tips to Help Struggling Readers in KS2

  • 9th May 2022
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  • Leadership, Teaching & Learning
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Overview

Aims to tackle the issue of children leaving primary school unable to read to the expected standard through understanding these top tips.

This is often children from the vulnerable groups (poverty and literacy are intricately linked).

This course looks at the top ten reasons for this and suggests practical strategies to put into place straight away from core assessments, removing the fear out of failure (best technology to support), proven high low readers, ways to get children reading aloud/independently and crucial role of home school partnership.

The emphasis on what can we do now, how can we make a difference with high impact low resources.

About The Course

Aims to tackle the issue of children leaving primary school unable to read to the expected standard through understanding these top tips.

This is often children from the vulnerable groups (poverty and literacy are intricately linked).

This course looks at the top ten reasons for this and suggests practical strategies to put into place straight away from core assessments, removing the fear out of failure (best technology to support), proven high low readers, ways to get children reading aloud/independently and crucial role of home school partnership.

The emphasis on what can we do now, how can we make a difference with high impact low resources.

About the Programme Leader

Dr Sarah Moseley

My ethos is that every action, no matter how small can make a difference. I aim to bridge the gap between theory and learning, to create a culture where high expectations thrive, improving outcomes for all pupils

I am an experienced, Headteacher who Ofsted described as “ambitious for the future of the school... working tirelessly to improve pupils' achievements through high-quality training and checks on teaching which has led to improvements in pupils’ learning”. I am now working as an independent Educational Consultant specialising in school improvement and raising outcomes for all learners. My key areas for support are a focus on all aspects of SEND, teaching and learning, inclusion, behaviour, and the development of literacy/communication.

I have over 25 years’ comprehensive knowledge and experience of special and mainstream education, both facilitating and leading organisations from teaching assistant to Headteacher. I have a solid research background based on learning rooted within psychology that includes a master’s degree and PhD in Special Education, focusing on the teaching of reading for pupils with SEN and inclusion. I have presented nationally and internationally at conferences and am a published author.

I provide a high quality professional bespoke and tailored service for organisations and families. My service provides advice, training, signposting and support that are tailored to individual requirements.

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9th May 2022
10:00am - 11:45am
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£80.00