Writing resources

As with the reading resources, the ability to write can be separated into the following four sections, handwriting, planning, content and editing. Scaffolding is the key to reducing the fear of the blank page and putting pen to paper.

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New for the 2020-21 academic year, our professional development webinars, workshops and programmes have been designed by subject experts in literacy difficulties, dyslexia and SEND.

Book onto a flexible hour-long webinar this May-July, or sign up for one of our intensive and comprehensive programmes for SENCos or Literacy Leads (starting in September 2021). 

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