Literacy Training for Teaching Assistants
The role of the Teaching Assistant is essential in supporting teaching and learning on a daily basis. This half-day course will ensure that your TA is informed and at the forefront of current practice and government initiatives, whilst inspiring them to develop practical, creative ideas for the classroom.
- Understanding year group expectations in literacy.
- Looking at assessment grids for writing and identifying specific areas for development.
- Assessing examples of work using assessment grids to support judgements.
- Knowing what to focus on and how to provide effective marking and feedback.
- Creating a simplified crib sheet to use when working in groups/tables.
- Planning targeted interventions that address the needs of the children.
“I feel inspired to become a great Teaching Assistant!”
“I have learnt how to support a child to bring the best out in them so they can achieve their targets.”
“I feel excited and educated.”
“Brilliant training and advice. Very Clear presentation engaging and will definitely make a difference.”
“Carolyn is amazing at presentation and explaining.”
About Carolyn Williams:
Carolyn is Head of Year 1 and Head of Spelling and Phonics at Warren Road Primary School. Walk into her classroom and you will see her love of developing vocabulary and how she instils this in even the youngest of children. Carolyn also has a passion for empowering TAs to reflect on their own practice through thought-provoking training, based on a coaching approach.
£50 per session
KS1 23 Nov 17 | 09.30 – 12.30
KS2 23 Nov 17 | 13.30 – 16.30
Warren Road Primary School, Warren Road, Orpington, Kent, BR6 6JF
To book, please ring 01689 853798
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