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.
Discover the other ways we can transform literacy in your school with our Drive for Literacy programme.​

Our resources go hand-in-hand with our Drive for Literacy (DfL) programme, where we work in collaboration with your school to create a culture where outcomes are improved for learners with literacy difficulties.

DfL is designed to support teachers in their leadership and practice of reading, writing, and classroom communication. Our consultant teachers will develop a programme of support that is tailored to your school’s needs and context.

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