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 email@example.com or call her on 0114 2823545
|Saturday January 17, 2015||Teachmeet Event|
Our aim is to open our classroom doors and share good practice.
|Monday January 26, 2015||Teaching Grammar Effectively from KS1 to 3|
UKLA presents this timely and inspirational conference will explore practical ways of developing teachers’ and
|Wednesday January 28, 2015||Capita Conferences Event - Raising Standards in Secondary English |
Our National Raising Standards in Secondary English Conference is perfectly timed to prepare you for teaching the new GCSE English subject content in September 2015 and explore how to overcome the challenges of the recently implemented Key Stage 3 curriculum.
|Saturday February 7, 2015||The Teaching Sequence from Reading to Writing|
Saturday 7th February 2015, Lancaster, 9.30 am to 1.30pm
|Thursday February 26, 2015||Harper Lee on Screen To Kill a Mockingbird GCSE Study Day |
Aimed at GCSE English Literature students studying all exam specifications, this interactive clip-based study day will offer a detailed approach to considering how Harper Lee’s 1961 seminal novel was successfully adapted for the screen.
|Monday March 2, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Top Marks at GCSE English|
Prepare for the 2014 focus on reading and writing
|Wednesday March 4, 2015||Osiris events - Outstanding A-Level Teaching for English Literature|
NATE presenters take you through techniques for student success.
|Wednesday March 4, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Outstanding EAL Training |
The 5 most powerful EAL teaching techniques
|Monday March 9, 2015||OSIRIS EVENTS - Implementing the new English Curriculum (Primary)|
Be 100% ready to deliver the new, rigorous national curriculum - post September 2014
|Tuesday March 10, 2015||OSIRIS Events - Leading English 2015|
How to overcome new challenges
|Saturday May 16, 2015||Planning in the New Curriculum|
Saturday 16th May 2015 9.30 am to 1.30pm