Creative Ways to Teach and Learn for SPaG Tests

  • A ‘fun first’, engaging approach to learning grammar and punctuation

  • Deep-rooted anchors that link to the SPaG test objectives

  • Provide your school with a variety of creative whole-school inclusive approaches/schemes

Jacob-Nicholas Mitchell

Jacob-Nicholas Mitchell

Dates: 14th Mar 2018, 28th Mar 2018

Jacob is an award-winning teacher (Pearson’s National Teaching Awards). His unique, motivational and engaging approaches/resources are used by thousands of students and educators every day. Jacob says, ‘When you switch the pitch, the learning clicks.’

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Crystal-clear expectations and realities

National Curriculum expectations explained and assessed

Unpick the SPaG test objectives

Review Ofsted guidelines and support

Debunk the myth that ‘SPaG cannot be fun’

The active learning journey

Share engaging ideas and supportive learning techniques

Learn how to monitor and evaluate pupil progress

Bridge the gap between grammar and writing

Support from the Legends of Literacy:

  • Noun Clown
  • Verb Bird
  • Pow-Pow Punctuation
  • MC Grammar
  • The Secret Code
  • Plus over 100 action-packed lessons

Top-class tools to take back to school

Exemplar questions and model responses

Techniques for SATs preparation to ensure success for all

Modelled fun-first lesson examples

Grammar for writing examples and initiatives

A plethora of free resources:

  • animations

  • songs

  • fun activities

  • apps

First delegate rate

£299 + VAT

Additional delegate rate

£279 + VAT

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