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KEY DATE FOR YOUR DIARY: 9 May 2018 – Boosting Reading Potential (BR@P/BR@S) Trainer Training

National Trainers Elsa Steel and Lindsey Howard are offering Boosting Reading Potential Trainer Training for consultants and teachers  who  have previously accessed initial 2- day training for BR@P/BR@S  and  have experience of using and supporting implementation of  the programme in their school or setting:

 Do you currently have responsibility for developing English CPD in your educational setting /organisation?

 Are you interested in training other school staff and volunteers to use a  highly effective accredited reading programme?

 Are you interested in challenging and extending your role as an effective trainer?

 Would you like to extend your own CPD  / trainer profile?

 Do you want develop a sustainable approach to your school/setting’s implementation of BRP?

 Would you like to develop wider impact in your area?

If so then the BRP trainer training could be just what you need...

Venue:  Brooklands Farm Primary School, Brooklands, Milton Keynes, MK10 7HN

Times: 9.15am-4.15pm

Training Cost: £200.00 pp

Additional cost of trainer pack:  £75.00

If you would like to book a place, please contact Elsa or Lindsey on /

N.B. If you can't make this date but would like to access this training in your school, setting or educational organisation, please contact Elsa or Lindsey at the above addresses.

If you do not currently have BRP in your school, Elsa and Lindsey also offer a complete 3 day BRP training package (This includes the initial 2 day programme training). Contact Elsa or Lindsey directly for flexible training options and costs.

If you would like full information about   BRP and training click here       

Implement and maintain BRP in your school as part of your 'outstanding' approach to literacy...

Grade descriptors for ‘Outstanding’ Leadership and Management ( Ofsted Inspection Handbook, October 2017)

 Leaders and governors use high quality professional development to encourage, challenge and support teachers’ improvement. Teaching is highly effective across the school.

 Staff reflect on and debate the way they teach. They feel deeply involved in their own professional development. Leaders have created a climate in which teachers are motivated and trusted to take risks and innovate in ways that are right for their pupils.

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