Resources

This page is for members to share ‘tried and tested’ resources which you have found useful to inform training and coaching but may have been overlooked in recent years. These might include  those produced by the National Strategies and/or QCDA and be based on previous curriculum and assessment models but have ongoing relevance to English pedagogy.

If you have a suggestion for a resource which might be included please email nikki@naae.org.uk.

Resource  
Using talk for writingNational StrategiesPrimary resource
Literacy progress unit_SentencesNational Strategies Resource for upper KS2/lower KS3
KS3_Lit Prog Unit_SpellingNational Strategies Resource for upper KS2/lower KS3
Learning and teaching for bilingual children in the primaryNational Strategies 'Excellence and Enjoyment' materials for EAL
Interim teacher assessment frameworks at the end of key stage 2 PDFA[1]
Interim teacher assessment frameworks at the end of key stage 1 PDFA
Grammar for WritingNational Strategies Widely used resource for KS2
Course handbook: Grammar for reading KS3National Strategies Grammar course with very useful glossary section and texts in delegates’ handbook and ‘answers’ in tutors’ guide.
Grammar for reading and writing (secondary)National Strategies
Developing Early WritingNational Strategies Strategies to develop reading comprehension
Comprehension Flyer 3National Strategies Strategies to develop reading comprehension
Comprehension Flyer 2
Comprehension Flyer 1National Strategies Strategies to develop reading comprehension
Year 2+3 Planning exemplification programmeNational StrategiesResource for upper KS2/lower KS3
Writing organisation KS3DfCSF (now DfE)Primary resource
Teaching effective vocabularyDfCSF (now DfE)Primary resource
Talk for WritingNational StrategiesPrimary resource
Support for SpellingNational StrategiesPrimary resource
Spelling BankNational Strategies
Shared writingNational Strategies
Reading between the lines KS3National Strategies Resource for upper KS2/lower KS3
Building a pictureNational Assessment AgencyUseful ideas and prompts despite the changes in school assessment since 2004