Using positive staff language to support anoutstanding learning environment

Students’ written and spoken language is hugely affected by the language of adults around them. The course will ensure delegates understand the effect of language in the classroom on students. It will also demonstrate effective strategies which will improve both adult and student language to support a climate for learning. The session will look at how classroom leads should model language, and how they can correct the use of poor language within the classroom. Please note this is not an English specific course, but a session that will support literacy across all subjects through ensuring adults can model the right languages in the classroom and ensure a positive learning environment.

Suitable for:
> Teachers
> Teaching Assistants
> Pastoral staff

Audience chart:
 Secondary teachers
 Secondary teaching assistants

Date:
Wednesday 4 October 2017
Times:
9.00am – 3.30pm

Venue:
The Maltings College,
Halifax, HX2 0TJ*
Delivered by: Owen Davies

Wednesday 4 October 2017- Click here to book

*Please note that we may offer additional dates and venues throughout the year. We can also offer our training on an in-house basis or to groups of schools, including for clusters. †All prices are subject to VAT.