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An observation of literacy teaching at Malorees Infants School, where 61 per cent of the children learn English as an additional language.
This programme examines how strategic decisions about downsizing, managing interventions, and the training of staff and parents contribute to the effective teaching and learning of literacy.
The size of the school and financial constraints play a major part in these strategic decisions alongside effective tracking and monitoring, and assessment.
The programme may be useful for leaders and managers involved in delivering literacy at KS1.
Part of the series: Literacy: The Whole Story