How are you helping the lowest achievers in literacy?
What effective interventions do you have in place?
How are you enabling and helping children with their literacy learning after one year at school?
Reading Recovery is a literacy programme targeted to children with the most complex problems in reading and writing.
It is specifically designed for six year olds who are the lowest attaining in reading and writing. It has unrivalled research evidence of enabling children to catch up with their peers quickly, and maintain their gains at least until the end of Key Stage 2.
Are you are interested in training a person at your school to become a Reading Recovery teacher? (Initial Professional Development)
Perhaps you are looking for training for your trained Reading Recovery Teacher? (Continued Professional Development)
Contact: Melissa Plews
For more information on reading recovery training, follow the below links:
Reading Recovery Teacher Training
"Without the core literacy skills, it is so hard to access the rest of the curriculum. This leads to disaffection, and if we don’t arrest these problems early on, what will the result be? A generation of semi-literate, unemployed adults? Reading Recovery really is that good – the answer to the problems of the world"
Sir Craig Tunstall, Primary Teacher Update, January 2013