Do you want to develop your ability
to CHALLENGE more-able learners?
A half-day course led by NACE,
the National Association for Able Children in Education
Suitable for: Primary School Leaders, KS1 & KS2 Teachers
Date: Friday December 14th 2018
Registration and refreshments from 8:30am,
Course start at 9am
Cost: £10 per delegate (free for delegates associated with
The Compton Teaching School Alliance hub)
Places are limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
Please ensure a place has been confirmed prior to attending.
The characteristics of more able learners and identifying them in literacy
The modelling of how basic activities in Literacy can be up-levelled in terms of challenge
Principles of planning for the depth and breadth of the literacy curriculum
Planning and teaching writing to challenge and stretch the more able pupils in your class
Course leader: Judith Mason, NACE Associate
Education consultant Judith Mason has over 30 years’ experience working with a wide range of schools, and holds national accreditation as a School Improvement Partner and a Local Consultant for Improvement.
Specialising in English, Judith has served as an English consultant for the National Literacy Strategy, written teachers’ notes and designed teaching games for the Scholastic publication Literacy Time, and delivered CPD for the teaching and leadership of English, including work with groups of teachers to facilitate collaborative approaches.
As a NACE associate, Judith provides consultancy and CPD for schools working to improve provision for the more able, offers specialist guidance on support for more able learners in English, and leads workshops at NACE conferences.