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Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure: Sutton, Surrey, 7 February 2018

CLOSING DATE EXTENDED!

Pupils need to ‘listen to a wide range of stories’ and ‘become familiar with traditional tales’, to motivate them to learn to read, and demonstrate the pleasure of it – as well as increasing their vocabulary, hearing expressive speech, and inheriting the tradition of stories that will feed their own writing. 

Our course Bringing it Alive! Storytelling to boost Literacy and Reading for Pleasure, run by Alec Williams , will be held at Heath Educational Books, Willow House, Willow Walk, off Whittaker Road, Sutton, Surrey SM3 9QQ on 7 February 2018. The closing date is 26 January 2018.

This lively course will build your confidence if you’re new to telling stories, and give fresh inspiration to those who are already practiced at it. It’s aimed at all teachers and support staff working in primary schools, this course addresses the use of stories from the youngest EYFS pupils right through to Year Six students. 

 

Key Audience: primary school teachers and support staff

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