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How the Power of Reading can help you and your school.
“My teachers are bursting with enthusiasm and creatively which they’ve passed on to the children and other teachers.”
Headteacher, Power of Reading School
Since 2005 CLPE (Centre for Children’s Literacy in Primary Education) has delivered the Power of Reading project to over 4,000 schools and 5,000 Primary Teachers nationally and internationally.
There are currently projects across England, from Liverpool to Newcastle and Bristol to Norfolk, all with the aim of enhancing teachers’ knowledge of quality literature and developing their ability to use it creatively in the classroom.
The Power of Reading and Power of Reading in the Early Years are proven to raise children’s literacy achievement with 98% of teachers saying their attendance has raised attainment and engagement in reading and writing across their schools.
Not only does this training develop a whole school love of reading and writing, it meets all requirements of the National Curriculum.
Power of Reading training includes:
Find out more about the Power of Reading training and how to book your place.
CLPE also offers an annual website subscription package to schools where you can access teaching sequences and examples of classroom practice to help you build an exciting and relevant literacy curriculum.
And the great news is that one subscription allows access to the whole school for 12 months so all year groups can benefit from creative teaching approaches.
The Power of Reading Subscription gives your school access to:
New teaching sequences and texts for all age groups are updated each year to ensure sequences are kept in line with statutory expectations and that schools continue to use a wide and diverse range of high quality children’s books in their literacy teaching.
Access all of this for only £350 per year (this equates to less than £2 per sequence!). Find out how to purchase your subscription.
With 99% of teachers saying the Power of Reading has raised writing engagement in their schools read what Year 6 teacher Matthew Dix had to say and the positive impact this training has had on his school – Read: The Power of Reading – A Teacher’s View.
To get your free example of one of CLPE’s Power of Reading sequences for Year 3/4 go to clpe.org.uk/corebooks/moon-man.
To find out more about the Power of Reading, more teaching sequences and free resources for schools, as well as the wide range of first-rate training CLPE offers, click here to visit the website.
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