Deep Dives in Reading: Understanding Ofsted Expectations and Supporting Pupil Development in Primary Years

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Webinar Duration: 46 minutes (approx.)

This webinar will provide headteachers, subject leads and teachers with an understanding of and guidance on what Ofsted will consider during a deep dive into reading and how to encourage pupil engagement.

Ofsted have made reading deep dives mandatory as part of the Education Inspection Framework. The Ofsted School Inspection Handbook states that inspectors will ‘focus on how well pupils are taught to read as a main inspection activity’ and pay particular attention to ‘pupils who are reading below age-related expectations’. They will focus inspections on the 7 aspects of early reading.

In this webinar, experienced literacy and learning expert, senior lecturer, English lead and former teacher, Emma Rogers, explores what Ofsted expectations are for the reading curriculum in primary years and how schools can build a culture of reading for pleasure and support pupil development.

Learning Outcomes

  • Understanding what Ofsted definitions are of a reading curriculum, the evidence base of inspection and the importance of developing effective reading skills in primary years.

  • Recognising the value of building a ‘reading for pleasure’ environment and the skills, affective components and behaviour processes it can develop.

  • Identifying strategies for implementing intentions in the reading curriculum and developing methods which can support both group and individual pupil needs.

  • Understanding what to consider as part of the Ofsted criteria for intent and implementation and what Ofsted may look to evaluate during a reading deep dive.

  • Recognising some of the key questions that inspectors will look to answer during a deep dive and what schools can do to prepare prior to an inspection.

Emma Rogers

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Emma Rogers

Experienced literacy and learning expert, senior lecturer, English lead and former teacher.
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