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Implementing the Renewed Framework for Literacy. Day 1. Aims. For subject leaders: To become familiar with the components of the Renewed Framework for Literacy and reflect on the implications for their schools To understand the key principles behind the framework

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Implementing the renewed framework for literacy

Implementing the Renewed Framework for Literacy

Day 1


Implementing the renewed framework for literacy

Aims

For subject leaders:

  • To become familiar with the components of the Renewed Framework for Literacy and reflect on the implications for their schools

  • To understand the key principles behind the framework

  • To understand how both centre and school based training is structured, and to be clear about their roles and responsibilities


Resources checklist

Resources checklist

  • Primary Framework for literacy and mathematics:

    • Paper copy 02011-2006BOK-EN

    • DVD-ROM 02014-2006DVD-EN

  • Primary Framework for literacy and mathematics -Supporting guidance for headteachers and chairs of governors:

    • Paper copy 02009-2006BKT-EN

    • CD 02009-2006CDO-EN

  • Subject leader handbookDVD-ROM 02009-2006DVD-EN


  • Why renew the primary framework

    Why renew the Primary Framework?

    “Excellent teaching gives children the life chances they deserve. Enjoyment is the birthright of every child. The most powerful mix is the one that brings the two together. Children learn better when they are excited and engaged – but what excites and engages them the most is truly excellent teaching.”

    (Takenfrom the introduction to ‘Excellence and Enjoyment’)


    Implementing the renewed framework for literacy

    The renewal of the Primary Framework for literacy and mathematics is to support and increase all children’s access to excellent teaching, leading to exciting and successful learning.

    Children deserve:

    • To be set appropriate learning challenges

    • To be taught well and be given the opportunities to learn in different ways that maximise their chances of success

    • To have adults working with them to tackle the specific barriers to progress they face

      The Primary Framework is designed to help practitioners, teachers, schools and settings achieve this ambition.


    Rationale for renewal of literacy framework

    Rationale for renewal of Literacy Framework

    • To reflect developments in learning and teaching since the original literacy strategy

    • To accelerate progression and make it more explicit

    • To include explicit reference to Speaking and Listening and ICT

    • To embed Assessment for Learning and build independence

    • To emphasise building and applying skills across the curriculum


    Implementing the renewed framework for literacy

    Introduction to Renewed Literacy Framework

    Spring ’07 Summer ’07 Autumn ‘07

    Centre based training Day 1:

    Introduction to Framework

    Pace and progression

    Centre based training Day 2:

    Fit-for-purpose pedagogy

    Centre-based training Day 3:

    Review – share outcomes of trialling of units;

    identify next steps

    Review and continued monitoring and evaluation

    of impact on pupil progress

    Pace and

    Progression -

    School based:

    Funded

    time to

    complete school

    based tasks

    and deliver

    training,

    including

    trialling of units

    Pedagogy –

    School based:

    Funded

    time to

    complete school

    based tasks

    and deliver

    training,

    including

    trialling of units

    Continuing professional development


    Six key principles

    Six Key Principles

    • Improving teaching of early reading

    • Encouraging flexibility

    • Structuring learning

    • Raising expectations

    • Making more effective use of assessment

    • Broadening and strengthening pedagogy


    Activity

    Activity

    Discussion, feedback and reflection


    Consider

    Consider…

    • Priorities – in terms of the 6 key principles

    • School strengths

    • Which could pose the greatest challenge?

    • Implications for you as subject leader


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