Leading Literacy

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  • Literacy
    • Within the classroom
      • Pupils should always speak in sentences.
      • Green Pen approach to marking and feedback.
      • Pupils should always have 'a book on every table'.
      • Teachers should model writing for their students.
      • Reading lessons need further development.
      • Accelerated Reader
      • Subject Specific literacy mats
      • Literacy leaders paired up with staff from other departments.
      • Extra curricular activites should culminate in extended writing.
      • Lesson starters could be used to develop detailed thought and discussion.
      • Use of planners - notes on punctuation, types of writing checklists.
    • Outside the classroom
      • SALAD days.
      • DEAR sessions.
      • KS4 Functional Skills tutors.
      • Staff Literacy Box.
      • Community involvement.
      • Primary School links.
      • Library provision.
      • National theme days.
      • Literacy through sport.
      • Literacy Task Force
        • Within the classroom
          • Pupils should always speak in sentences.
          • Green Pen approach to marking and feedback.
          • Pupils should always have 'a book on every table'.
          • Teachers should model writing for their students.
          • Reading lessons need further development.
          • Accelerated Reader
          • Subject Specific literacy mats
          • Literacy leaders paired up with staff from other departments.
          • Extra curricular activites should culminate in extended writing.
          • Lesson starters could be used to develop detailed thought and discussion.
          • Use of planners - notes on punctuation, types of writing checklists.

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