The following programmes can be purchased by filling out the order form online. Once registration has taken place and payment received, you will have complete access to the downloadable resources purchased. If you have any questions please get in touch.
Story Talk Bookmark Kit plus Picture Book for workshops (per family)
Cost of extra picture books for the workshop:
‘Peace at Last’ by Jill Murphy @ £4.50 per book
Bookmark kit for workshop includes:
Story Talk FOUNDATION & YEAR 1 Programmes (Available Autumn 2014)
Picture books for the Foundation Cross-curricular Programmes
Reception – Picture book ‘Peace at Last’ by Jill Murphy @ £4.50 per book
Year 1 – Picture book ‘The Trail of Crumbs’ by Mal Peet & Elspeth Graham @ £3.50 per book
Meeting the needs of the New Curriculum
Foundation and Year 1 Classroom use (each has 4 Modules) :-
Reception Story Talk Cross-curricular package
Year 1 Story Talk Cross-curricular package
Story Talk Family Workshop
Family Workshop use (6 sessions)
For delivery in school to parents/carers of children aged 3 – 6 yrs. (Based on 10 families. For more kits and books please order extra workshop kits.)
The Six ½ hour – one hour sessions per week – delivered by Foundation teachers to show parents/carers how to use the Story Talk book kit with their children to support reading for meaning and pleasure at home.
Full Teacher Kit for classroom and family workshop use – EYFS + Year 1
Reciprocal Comprehension skills programme
The ‘SPECtacular Reading Mission’ Comprehension Skills programme offers a complete teaching resource of six modules with over 30 detailed lesson plans, quality activities and in-depth assessments.
Collaborative skills programme
The Think2Read Reciprocal TEAM lessons and resources provide a generic framework for children of all ages and abilities. The package includes an easy-to-apply set of team skills and roles that supports independent learning and enquiry across the curriculum.
Think2Read Reciprocal TEAM Skills programme (Together Everyone Achieves More) 1 Term course (15 Sessions) Teaching 6 – 11 year olds essential group skills that support independent reading, and cross-curricular learning.