A free briefing for schools interested in participating in the Open University Reading Schools Programme: Building a Culture of Reading for 2022-23. Join us to find out more about our successful, research led programme on 4th May – 4.00-5.15pm.
Do you want to:
- Improve children’s reading attainment?
- Enhance children’s reading for pleasure and wellbeing?
- Strengthen the leadership of reading?
- Develop staff knowledge and practice to motivate all children?
- Enrich home-school relationships around reading?
‘Since engaging with the research and working with The OU we have seen a transformation in our reading culture.’ English Hub Lead, London.
About the programme:
The OU’s year-long Reading Schools Programme will enable you to build a rich reading culture and curricula that will impact on children’s life chances. Pupils who read regularly and widely, benefit from higher attainment in English and across the curriculum. They have a richer vocabulary, wider knowledge of the world and enhanced wellbeing.
Now in its fourth year, the highly successful Reading Schools Programme: Building a Culture of Reading is aligned to the NC, the new Reading Framework (DfE, 2021), and the EEF school implementation process.
This blended programme enables sustained school development in Reading for Pleasure (RfP) through work with English leaders, SLT, Change Teams and whole school CPD . It combines research evidence, rigour and tailored support. This is a unique opportunity to develop staff knowledge and practice for RfP that impacts upon all children, particularly the lowest attaining 20%.
This event will be led by Prof. Teresa Cremin and the OU RfP team.
This event will be of interest to: School leaders in primary, junior and infants schools
To book your place please sign up here on Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/open-university-reading-schools-programme-building-a-culture-of-reading-tickets-293860624037