Train your staff to deliver outstanding grammar lessons
The Outstanding Grammar INSET Training Pack combines all of our bite-size Grammar training packs into one complete solution for your school to achieve outstanding!
Only £262 (discounted from £349).
The complete training pack for teaching grammar
This complete Outstanding Grammar INSET Training Pack gives you the tools to train up your school staff with the skills to achieve a thorough understanding of the grammer subject and deliver outstanding grammar lessons.
Packed full of superb practical ideas and take away strategies, the training works through all of the key subject knowledge of word, sentence, and text level grammar required to teach at key stages 1 and 2.
It will also work through how to teach grammar through talk and discussion, the teaching progression of grammar, as well as providing a wealth of practical ideas for classroom teaching, games, and activities.
The training will explore how to enable children to use and apply their grammatical knowledge and skills, and why proofreading and editing are central to improvement. Finally, the training will help establish a whole school approach to improving the teaching of grammar in every year group.
Created by a Head Teacher who has twice been graded as ‘outstanding’, this DIY INSET training pack comes in Microsoft Office® format.
What's included in this training pack?
2x PowerPoint® Presentations (230+ Slides)
Comprehensive Notes for the Trainer
Photocopiable Worksheets & Take Away Documents for Participants
Editable Certificate - for Participants Who Have Completed the Training
Course Documentation for Participants to Take Away
Who is this pack suitable for?
- Subject Teachers
- Assistant Head Teachers
- Subject Leaders
- Deputy Head Teachers
- Teaching Assistants
- Head Teachers
3 Reasons why you should do your own INSET training
This pack will hugely reduce your staff training costs
Full Staff Training
Train not just one but every member of your staff in-school
Designed by Experts
The pack is designed by an ‘outstanding’ graded Head Teacher