All Aboard Phonics Training
Our training will help deliver consistent results across your whole team.
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– Regional In Person Training Days
Would you like some specialist training on phonics and literacy interventions as part of your mix of INSET training?
At a very low cost, you can bring as many staff as you like to one or more sessions with us on Zoom.
Here is what’s available:
Webinar 1 – Anchors Away: Get started with All Aboard Phonics – 10-11am
See how to teach an All Aboard lesson, know how to get started and see results fast and learn the power of our pictophones in this introductory webinar.
Webinar 2 – 7 tips to get the best results with All Aboard Phonics – 2-3pm
This webinar is suited to schools who want to see outstanding results year after year when using All Aboard Phonics.
Webinar 3 – How to Spot a Child at Risk of Falling Behind – 3.30-4.30pm
How to spot the exact difficulties causing a child to find learning to read hard. Know how to deal with a weakness before it is causing significant frustration and see them keeping up, not catching up.
Webinar 4 – How to make your reading intervention processes fast and effective – 10-11am
Our unique and smart intervention tool All Aboard Phonics Plus pinpoints the cause of difficulty to apply the correct solution each time. Work with us to follow the step by step process of creating an action plan for a case study child so you know exactly how to help a struggling child in your class.
Webinar 5 – The most common cause of reading difficulty and how to fix it – 2-3pm
Have you ever noticed a child guessing or making errors with short common words even after years of phonics teaching? We have spent the past 12 years researching this issue and the best solutions to it! Don’t miss it!
Webinar 6 – The surprising visual causes of reading difficulty and how to solve them. – 3.30-4.30pm
This webinar covers one of the most common causes of reading difficulty that is rarely spoken about – it should be a real eye opener! Have you seen children skipping words or rubbing their eyes whilst they are reading? What about skipping lines of text or looking away from the book? Has anyone told you why that is?
For each of these 1 hour webinars there is a cost of £50 per All Aboard school. The cost for schools not using All Aboard Phonics is £75. To sign up for any of the webinars please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the name of your school and which webinars you wish to join. We will then provide you with the zoom link for each of those sessions.
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Online Training Suite
As one of the schools using All Aboard Phonics, you receive exclusive access to our online training suite. This resource is free for any school using All Aboard Phonics.
Training is split into three zones so that every user gets the most out of their training and are equipped with the key skills, knowledge and understanding you need to teach the programme effectively to your class. The training videos are split into the ‘experienced at teaching phonics’ zone, ‘new to teaching phonics’ zone and the parent zone. Each training zone provides an interactive and flexible way to study at your own pace.
On demand training means that you can get started with All Aboard Phonics with no delay! These are some of our online training topics:
– Getting Started: The Must Knows
– The Top 5 Tips for All Aboard Success
– Pictophones: Who, What, When, Where, How?
– Short and Sweet: How to Structure an All Aboard Lesson
– Unique Interventions: How to Use All Aboard Phonics Plus
The Online Training Suite is currently in development, ready to be accessed in the next few weeks. In the meantime, you can explore our training videos on our YouTube page.
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We run deep-dive training sessions around the country. This is a chance for your staff to take their phonics knowledge and practice to the next level. If you are interesting in scheduling one of these in your school, please send an email to email@example.com
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Meet Your Lead Trainers
David Morgan is the founder and lead educationalist of All Aboard Learning. His research focus has been literacy partly because he himself struggled to learn to read. David’s first degree was in mechanical engineering. He also has a Master’s degree in Education. David helped establish the Shannon Trust, a prison literacy charity, before setting up DM Education. He has over 20 years of experience working with literacy for children, youths and adults.
Katie has a BA (hons) in Primary Education from the University of Brighton and started her career teaching Key Stage 1 in Oxfordshire, where she led the phonics teaching programme throughout the school. She has worked with all age groups, from nursery to Year 6 in a number of schools in the UK. With a passion for improving literacy, she is dedicated to supporting both parents and teachers to improve outcomes for children with reading difficulties. In more recent years she has been working as a Literacy Advisor at David Morgan Education, delivering training to schools and supporting parents of children with reading difficulties.
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