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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call her on 0114 255 5419.
|Thursday March 20, 2014||NATE 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, 2014||Active approaches to Shakespeare KS2 and KS3 |
How the approaches of RSC actors can translate into strategies for secondary and primary classrooms
|Friday May 16, 2014||Going 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, 2014||Grammar 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, 2014||NATE 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, 2014||NATE 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, 2014||UKLA 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.