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A Dundee school is excelling when it comes to teaching literacy across the curriculum

TESLiteracy across learning is working well in its first year at Menzieshill High, Dundee, for three reasons. It is timetabled, so the first-years are gaining literacy skills, systematically, in one period a week; the selling job to teachers beyond English is being done mostly by teachers, not management; and the children are loving it.  SLA Board member Elspeth Scott is the school librarian – read the full article from TES.

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