POSTPONED – Understanding the new AoLE for LLC (3 days) – SOUTH WALES (Cardiff)

This course has been POSTPONED until  8th October 2020
If you were due to attend you will automatically be re-booked onto the Autumn Term course



Are you ready to implement the new LLC AoLE?

What aspects of your provision for LLC will need to remain?

What changes will you need to make?

How can you make them achievable?

This course three day course will provide practical strategies for auditing your current provision and support effective implementation of the new curriculum.

£510.00 + VAT (20%)

Target Group: Headteachers, SMT, Teachers

Course objectives

Day 1  - Thursday 4th June 2020
  • getting ready for the new AoLE for LLC
  • identifying the important changes - what is the same and what is different about the new and old curriculum?
  • understanding the language of the new curriculum
  • identifying the key knowledge and skills and making links to the four purposes
  • developing an action plan for implementing change back in school
Days 2 and 3 - Tuesday 23rd June 2020 and Tuesday 7th July 2020 These two additional days will both embed and expand Day 1’s objectives, deepening understanding of the new AoLE further. Course Objectives:
  • making links with LLC and the other AoLEs
  • establishing what are the most effective approaches for the teaching of LLC and how these can be consistent across a school
  • providing appropriate challenge for pupils and balancing scaffolding
  • pupil independence
  • engaging our learners in creativity & supporting teachers to achieve this

Course Presenter: Helen Bowen

ENGLISH and LITERACY - Helen Bowen started teaching in 1994 and has 11 years’ experience as a Primary School Teacher in Bridgend. During this time, she was also a visiting lecturer at Bridgend College working with Learning Support Assistants. Advisory Experience: Helen Bowen was a member of the Newport Literacy Team for 9 years and for 3 years led on English and literacy in the region across primary and secondary schools. She was the regional representative to Welsh Government for the South East of Wales from 2010 to 2013 and was the System Leader with responsibility for English and Literacy in the EAS. Other Experience: An ESTYN Team Inspector, Helen Bowen has sat on a number of national advisory panels including National Drama and the Arts Review Panel, which reported to Welsh Government in the Summer of 2013. She has advised universities in Wales on developing literacy in Initial Teacher Training and was the Deputy Chief Examiner for KS2/3 Assessment from 2009 to 2012. Helen is an external consultant to Welsh Government, and has worked on a number of projects with them. This includes creating the National Literacy Framework representing South East Wales, writing the guidance for the revised English and Welsh PoS in 2015 and more recently creating two ‘mythbusting’ documents on the NLNF and the National Reading Tests. She is also the literacy consultant for the National Union of Teachers and has lead their annual ‘New and Young Teachers’ Conference’ across Wales with key notes and workshops on literacy. Philosophy: Supporting Schools, Securing Excellence, Helen believes that rich contexts for learning are key to the raising of standards and the development of literacy skills both within English and throughout the curriculum. She has used oracy and drama for many years to explore challenging subject matters and has worked with schools across Wales to explore how this can impact on the key literacy competencies of oracy, reading and writing. This includes using drama to explore philosophical concepts through ‘teacher in role’ and whole class engagement with complex scenarios. Helen is also the creator of ‘Reading Attack’ which is currently used by over 100 schools to develop pupil independence and reading stamina. Search for Courses

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