Date for your diary: conference on Improving outcomes for pupils with literacy difficulties

Published Friday 4th, May 2018

Educational Psychology Literacy Conference: Improving Outcomes for Pupils with Literacy Difficulties

Monday 18th June 2018 | Buckfast Abbey Conference Centre, Buckfast | 09:30 - 16:00

This conference will provide an invaluable opportunity to update knowledge and improve provision in schools to meet the needs of children and young people with literacy difficulties.

Keynote speaker, Jonathan Solity, a leading researcher and practitioner in the field of reading and spelling will discuss his latest research findings as well as sharing with us his breadth of knowledge and experience in this area.

The day will provide you with most effective interventions to develop reading skills and what really works in the classroom with regards to supporting access to the curriculum, when reading and writing is a problem for learners.

Practical workshops will encourage discussion and creation of new ideas, as well as the chance to network and refl ect. You will leave the conference feeling inspired with a range of new ideas and practical tools to implement in your schools, designed to improve outcomes for pupils with literacy difficulties.

Key Reasons to Attend

  • Keep informed of current research relating to the development and teaching of reading skills
  • Learn about effective interventions to develop reading skills
  • Explore how to meet the needs of struggling readers and writers in the classroom
  • Learn how to apply a motivational theory to help engage pupils who experience literacy difficulties

You can find out more and to book your place here.