03 Nov Reading Matters conference to address ways of ‘Closing the Literacy Gap’
Reading Matters conference to address ways of ‘Closing the Literacy Gap’
Our conference on the 29th of June next year will explore the fundamental issue of ‘Closing the Literacy Gap’ and look at how we can achieve the best outcomes for all pupils, regardless of their starting point in life.
The conference will take place at Bradford City Football Stadium and will offer teachers, TAs, literacy advisors, librarians and anyone involved with literacy development, an inspiring and motivating day with great speakers, interesting workshops and lots of new ideas on how to improve literacy across the key stages.
The fantastic speakers who have confirmed so far are Education Consultant and Writer Matt Bromley, Author Andy Seed, Paula Clarke of the University of Leeds, Deborah Bullivant Director of Grimm & Co and Rachel Van Riel of Opening the Book.
Over the next few weeks our e-bulletin will feature detailed profiles of each of the speakers and their particular specialisms to really wet your appetites for what we can expect at the conference!
Tickets are priced at the ‘Early Bird’ rate of £85 until the 31/03/2017 and £100 thereafter. Don’t miss out on what promises to be a fantastic and uplifting day with lots of really valuable CPD content. Book here now!
Taking a stand at Educated Yorkshire
Building on the success of last year’s event, EY16 will bring the regional education sector together for an inspirational day of learning and networking and we are excited to be involved again. We will be exhibiting at the event which takes place on the 10th of November at Elland Road Stadium from 8.30am, so please come and say “hello” if you’re attending too. For more information and to book your place, please visit educatedyorkshire.org.
Nominated for Nationwide’s Community Match fund
We are delighted to have been nominated by Nationwide customers in West Yorkshire to feature in their Community Match programme and have the opportunity to win a donation of up to £600. Three charities are short-listed each quarter and the voting takes place inside branch. If you are a Nationwide customer we would really appreciate your support! You can vote in one of the following branches; Huddersfield, Halifax, Keighley, Leeds, Pontefract or Bradford until the 30th of December 2016. Thank you!
From the team at Reading Matters