Whole school literacy ideas

 

Wellacre are looking to share ideas and successes for whole school literacy.  In 2015, we received two accolades:

  • Best performance by Boys taking IGCSE English Literature
  • Excellent performance by Boys taking IGCSE English Language

In the Autumn of 2016,  Rob Chisnall (HOF) recruited literacy champions from each Faculty to further drive and embed literacy across our curriculum.  The English Faculty have worked with John Nield this year, to improve extended writing,  all staff are currently investigating the impact ‘Rothko paintings’ on literacy.  james gillan rothko

20170420_081513James Gillan, NQT in our Humanities Faculty, created new literacy displays to enable his KS3 to visualise their writing by using Rothko imagery.  Student commitment to writing has improved and the scaffolding is supporting independent learning in the classroom.

Julie Sharrock, has created resources to support Year 11 active revision.  Student work is improving as a result.  History rothko

The Science Faculty have been creating new literacy mats.  Impact to be shared in our next T&L bulletin by Ben Nassau and Sam Badawy.

BLOGLiteracy mat scienceLiteracy mat science

WBD AT’s 2017   Resource for world book day.

Literacy Poster 1 pdf Resource for each classroom.

 

 

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About Stacey Partridge

Assistant Principal responsible for Teaching & Learning and CPD, Stem, Transition & primary liaison. Applied Learning Quality Nominee, CEIAG, Prince's Trust and SMSC. Wellacre Academy Flixton, Greater Manchester
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