Literacy will always be a key focus for schools; how we can improve it, how we can identify and support those with difficulties, how we can close the gap between those from disadvantaged backgrounds to ensure equal opportunities for all - and all with ever increasing budget restraints.
Join us at our Literacy conferences in London (9 March) where you will hear from literacy experts about:
You will also be able to see our new termly edition of the New Group Reading Test (NGRT) and New Group Spelling Test (NGST) which offer:
Watch our webinar with Shareen Mayers speaking about the implications for teaching and learning of the New Group Spelling Test (NGST).
Read more about the research studies the New Group Reading Test (NGRT) has been involved in, including with the EEF.
£50 booking fee (redeemable as a £50 voucher on next purchase from GL Assessment*)
* See below for terms and conditions
Keynote speaker: Anne Teravainen, Research Manager, National Literacy Trust
*£50 off next purchase offer - Terms and Conditions:
This offer £50 off next purchase is made to you by the GL Education Group. This offer applies to orders for all GL Assessment products received when a purchase has been made between 2 -30 March 2018. The customer will receive £50 off their next purchase, over the value of £200 between 2-30 March 2018. The customer is required to quote code GL2115
The offer applies solely to those who attended the GL Education Group’s Primary Literacy Conferences in London (9 March 2018). Offer excludes all non-paying delegates and is restricted to one order per school. This offer is at the discretion of the GL Education Group.
The GL Education Group reserves the right to earlier terminate this offer at any time and for any reason. After such time of termination, the GL Education Group shall not be obligated to redeem any further ‘£50 off next purchase’ offer.
These terms and conditions and any disputes or claims (including non-contractual disputes or claims) arising out of these terms and conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the laws of England, whose courts shall have exclusive jurisdiction.