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Every Child a Writer support materials

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  • Course Owner: Gayle Gorman
  • Total Members: 1995
  • Course Type: Public

The Every Child a Writer (ECaW) programme aims to ensure faster progress at the beginning of Key Stage 2. It provides a three-tier model for all children through:

  • improving quality first teaching for the whole class
  • improving guided writing to meet group needs
  • providing one-to-one teaching for those children who need it most.

These materials outline the key approaches used in the EcaW programme. They aim to support the implementation of the programme in both LAs and schools. The materials comprise resources related to ECaW, video footage of the programme in action, including the work of leading teachers (LTs), tuition sessions and feedback on the effectiveness of the programme from headteachers, parents, teachers and pupils. The materials can be accessed by a range of different audiences, LAs, headteachers, LTs, Year 3 teachers, Year 4 teachers and one-to-one tutors.

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Every Child a Writer (ECaW) support materials

These materials contain video footage of the pilot in action, including the work of leading teachers (LTs) and class teachers, tuition sessions and feedback on the effectiveness of the pilot, alongside interactive resources and e-learning tools to support wider learning. They can be accessed by a range of different audiences: LAs, headteachers, LTs, Year 3 and Year 4 teachers and tutors.

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