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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For subject leaders:
“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’)
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.
The Primary Framework is designed to help practitioners, teachers, schools and settings achieve this ambition.
Introduction to Renewed Literacy Framework mathematics is to support and increase all children’s access to excellent teaching, leading to exciting and successful learning.
Spring ’07 Summer ’07 Autumn ‘07
Centre based training Day 1:
Introduction to Framework
Pace and progression
Centre based training Day 2:
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
trialling of units
trialling of units
Continuing professional development
Discussion, feedback and reflection