Gain strategies, scaffolds and advice for developing and encouraging reading in Key Stage 2, learn how to manage this in a diverse classroom, and understand the impact of literacy difficulties and SEND on reading development. Ideal for all Key Stage 1 classroom teachers and Primary literacy leads.
Designed and delivered by our expert consultant teachers, this sessions is ideal for teachers, SENCos and higher-level teaching assistants who work directly with learners with literacy difficulties and/or SEND. We would also recommend it for senior leaders looking to implement inclusive practise across their workforce.
- Barriers to reading comprehension: identifying the challenges faced by learners with literacy difficulties and/or SEND.
- The impact on teaching practise: reflecting on the needs of learners in your class and how they might impact on your lesson planning, delivery and assessment.
- Strategies, frameworks and tools: discussing and reviewing a range of strategies for supporting learners with barriers to reading comprehension.
Participants will leave with:
- Increased knowledge of reading comprehension and literacy difficulties.
- A clearer understanding of their class’s reading strengths and barriers to learning, especially for those with literacy difficulties.
- A bank of strategies and tools for supporting reading in Key Stage 2 – particularly those learners who struggle with literacy – with a view to making their lessons more inclusive and accessible for all learners.