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Leading Partners in Literacy, 2008 – 2010 Alison Kelly and the English Education team. Aims: (through filming...). To create resources to develop students’ understanding of the teaching of early reading and literacy in the primary phase;

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aims through filming
Aims: (through filming...)
  • To create resources to develop students’ understanding of the teaching of early reading and literacy in the primary phase;
  • To create fresh and inspiring footage of experienced teachers at work;
  • To use the funding in order to have maximum impact on our large number of students.
phases of the project
Phases of the project

Phase one ~ 2008-2009

  • Filming: focus on early reading.

Phase two ~ 2009-2010

  • Filming focus broadens to include creativity in the teaching of literacy throughout the primary age-phase.
  • Involvement of class teachers from Phase one: sharing their DVDs; input; question and answer sessions.
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Phase one

Phonics in reception

Story boxes in reception

Phonics in Year 1

Films

Guided reading in Year 1

Phonics in Year 2

Reading aloud in Year 5/6

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DVDs
  • Reception phonics: Amy Dhillon, Woodlands Infant School, Ilford
  • Year 1 guided reading: Lee Reynolds, Sheen Mount Primary School, Richmond, Surrey
  • Year 5/6 reading aloud: Chris Oddy, St Richard with St Andrews, Ham, Surrey
phase two filming
Phase two: filming

EYFS:

  • still photos of a children’s centre with audio
  • montage of the ‘language-rich curriculum’
  • Working from a picture book

KS1

  • Year 2 phonics with struggling readers
  • Year 2 poetry writing
  • Year 3 drama
  • Year 3 shared reading

KS2

  • Year 5 talk for writing
phase two teacher visits
Phase two: Teacher visits
  • All PGCE groups during their unit on the teaching of reading
  • All BA Primary Year 2 groups during their module on the teaching of reading
impact on students questionnaire
Impact on students: Questionnaire

I found the DVD useful:

87%

I found the class teacher’s visit useful:

90%

comments
Comments:
  • Felt confident with everything she said, trusted in her experience. She gave long, detailed answers that we could take a lot from. Particularly useful to be able to discuss the DVD; she gave her honest view and allowed us to do the same.
  • It was really interesting to speak to a teacher who is not from School Experience school; she was here purely to inform us and talk to us. More please!
  • Very relevant to the course and allowed us to see how to include technical vocabulary in the teaching of phonics.
  • The talk we had from a teacher about how to teach phonics has inspired me to teach phonics in a way that the children will enjoy but also to help them learn.
  • It was so helpful to watch an example of outstanding teaching and having the chance to ask questions.
  • I thought the input was fantastic. It has enabled me to feel more confident in teaching phonics.
impact on partnership schools
Impact on partnership schools
  • Overall ratings (scale of 1-5): very good

The project has had a great impact on my professional development. My head thinks differently about me. I am now a lead teacher for phonics in my school and respected in the field.

impact on roehampton english team
Impact on Roehampton English team

We are able to show students a greater range of schools and approaches than they will see from their school experiences.

  • Overall ratings: very good

I feel much more confident about a range of ways of teaching phonics creatively.

Insights gained from the teachers have been built into the way I explain certain elements to students.

Very positive to communicate the shared purpose of our two communities: schools and RU.

impact on other training events
Impact on other training events

DVDs also shown on:

  • mentor training programme
  • CPD sessions with partnership schools
  • Training for Roehampton staff
future possibilities funding
Future possibilities... (funding?)
  • More filming
  • Bring in more teachers
  • Develop resources to support our students in the planning and assessment process.