What is it about?
To encourage schools to work together, the EEF is partnering with ShiNE and North Shields Collaborative Teaching School Alliances to encourage all schools in the area to align best practice recommendations to their Literacy practice as part of the EEF Primary Literacy Campaign running June 2017 to July 2019. The Programme is an exciting opportunity for schools across the region to integrate learning of best practice further into existing school priorities in respect of literacy, including Early Years language and communication, and to develop new work together.
Why should your school sign up to this programme?
To gain access to educational research designed to help you evaluate whether your school is adopting the most effective approaches to improving pupil attainment.
What does it involve?
Through an exciting and innovative programme, your school will benefit from using cutting edge proven strategies delivered by high-quality classroom practitioners within a climate of sharing and collaboration.
· Share learning with other schools.
· Fully engage with the programme to improve practice further.
· Ensure schools engage in SLE Impact Support (NT, New, North).
· Identify a strategic (Head Teacher/SLT) and operational lead (Literacy Co-ordinator) to develop the project in school.
Participating schools will receive:
1. Training and support in evidence-based practice where appropriate.
2. Materials, processes and facilitation for the sharing of ideas and practice.
*Participating schools will be required to make a nominal contribution of £325 to engage in the duration of the 2 year- Programme, and these funds will be fed back directly into the school package of support (worth over £1700 per school). Thereafter, schools will engage in fully funded provision including Conferences, Specialist Literacy support in school, CPD training and Literacy materials during the Programme.
To discuss becoming involved in the programme or accessing the resources please contact email@example.com
North East EEF Primary Literacy
KS1 and KS2 Campaign