Courses and conferences

NATE Conference 2011 at British Library: photo by Richard Eaton for NATE & British LibraryNATE Conference 2011 - photo by Richard Eaton for NATE and the British Library

NATE organises a range of national and regional professional events open to both members and non-members. 

Bookings for most events can be made online - see the event details pages below - or by email to or call her on 0114 255 5419.

To find out more about any of these events, click on the title. 
Thursday March 20, 2014NATE Midlands: Teachers' Writing Workshops

NATE West Midlands offers a series of Thursday evening writing workshops designed especially for teachers, as part of the National Writing Project.

Friday May 9, 2014Active approaches to Shakespeare KS2 and KS3

How the approaches of RSC actors can translate into strategies for secondary and primary classrooms

Friday May 16, 2014Going Interactive - ICT in the English Classroom

This course explores the ways you can use standard software and minimal equipment to get the best out of ICT in your English lessons.

Friday June 6, 2014Grammar for Primary teachers

Helping you to develop a ‘language toolkit’ for your lessons, we will concentrate on investigative approaches to the structures of language.

Saturday June 7, 2014NATE North West - Approaches to non-fiction and media texts

Non-fiction and media texts are an integral part of life in the English classroom.  This session will explore a range of new texts, and cover a range of strategies for making the best use of them.

Friday June 27, 2014NATE Conference 2014: The English Curriculum - Change and Challenge

The annual conference is the highlight of our year: dedicated site now live with all the options.

Friday July 4, 2014UKLA 50th International Conference: call for papers

The 50th UKLA International conference will be a special occasion for the United Kingdom Literacy Association and all its members.


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