Following on from the success of David Mitchell’s input into the LGfL conference at the end of April 2014, LGfL is funding a unique opportunity to support London school teachers in the effective use of the Blogging to support literacy achievement in London Schools. The aim of the project is to develop and share good practice in the use of Blogging to impact on literacy across the curriculum, across all Key Stages. Teachers from all Key Stages are welcome to take part in the project, but participants must be from LGfL connected schools.
The project will include:
Part 1 – LGfL Blogging Project Launch at Camden CLC on 10th October – See more at http://www.lgfl.net/curriculum-resources/Pages/blogging.aspx#sthash.ZA016Qm5.dpuf
Part 2 – Project work in schools – supported by local authorities (Havering included for Hsis package schools) Work inspired by project launch day developed in participating schools.
Part 3 – Sharing good practice day – at Camden CLC – 27th February at Camden CLC. An opportunity to share good practice developed within LGfL schools since the start of the project – See more at http://www.lgfl.net/curriculum-resources/Pages/blogging.aspx#sthash.ZA016Qm5.dpuf
For more information on the project visit http://blogging.lgfl.net .
Booking is essential. If you are interested, please register as soon as possible via the site as places are being filled quickly.