Catch up with LITERACY is an empowering and engaging programme developed specifically for Year 7 students who have not achieved a score of 100 in KS2.
Fun and effective, it takes a fresh look at ways to inspire students and help improve their self-esteem whilst teaching vital literacy skills.
Catch up with LITERACY is specifically for Year 7 students who have not achieved a score of 100 in KS2.
The course can be booked any time during Year 7 – or indeed as part of a transition summer school - for groups of up to 30 students in a classroom or venue of your choice.
Importantly, funding is available for this programme through the ‘Year 7 Catch Up Premium’.
Building on the momentum created in your school, Catch up with LITERACY allows students to experience different techniques and discover new ways of achieving literacy targets they previously believed to be beyond them.
Since March 2000, schools all over the UK have relied on us to help their students reach their full potential. By using accelerated learning techniques and personal development tools we are able to build student confidence and ability in a fun and supportive environment.
Our courses are designed to help students reflect on their learning and inspire them to reach their targets.
The course comprises reading exercises, spelling techniques, Mind Mapping for writing structure, speed reading for comprehension, multi-sensory punctuation and goal setting.
To increase writing skills and confidence in students of all abilities.
To improve reading comprehension and fluency.
To allow students to understand why they are underachieving and how to reach their full potential.
To motivate students to raise their achievement levels in a positive and focused way.
To enable students to explore different approaches to reading and writing.
To inspire students to improve their literacy skills and reach their targets.
During the course students will:
Natalie was lively and engaging, staff and students really enjoyed the literacy session. They learnt plenty of skills for improving literacy, planning, and comprehension. Definitely beneficial for our target students.