Our consultant teachers; Jules Daulby, Nancy Gedge and Emma Green, alongside DYT director Chris Rossiter have been busy visiting our new schools in York and Brighton who have signed up for the Drive for Literacy programme for the upcoming academic year.
We are delighted to welcome all the schools on board and are looking forward to working closely alongside them over the next year.
“I have been busy over the last few weeks visiting our partner schools and feel really privileged to meet with teaching staff, learners and parents. The highlight of my visits has been seeing the fantastic work schools achieve and how DYT can build on this success using the Drive for Literacy programme.”
Jules Daulby, Senior Consultant Teacher
Alongside the new schools, we are excited to announce our newest Drive for Literacy facilitator, Richard Selfridge. Richard is a teacher who has taught in primary education for the last ten years. With his hit blog ‘Icing on the Cake‘ he looks and writes about education and the misunderstanding of test scores and how it’s killing the love of teaching and learning. He will be working closely with the schools within our Yorkshire cluster. We are thrilled to welcome him to the team. If you want to see more follow him on Twitter here.