Rosie Taylor is an experienced teacher, school leader and learning consultant. Throughout her career, she has worked with many teachers to help them to develop their practice; drawing on her sound subject knowledge, creativity and recent classroom practice to have a real impact on learning. In her role as Lead Advisor for Primary English, Rosie specialised in leading inspirational training events and successful projects across a wide network of schools. Having completed her NPQH, Rosie recently worked as an Assistant Head Teacher and then Head of School in a large school. Her creative and supportive approach to coaching and training had a significant impact on teaching throughout the school. As an independent consultant, she is continuing to support teachers and schools; working with them to deepen learning through her recent experience of the curriculum. Rosie has a genuine passion for quality children’s books; using them to hook children into reading and inspire them in writing. She also loves developing projects across schools and linking with businesses, to create purposeful, real learning experiences for children.
Overview In this workshop, we will explore a range of quality texts, exploring how drama, images and film can be used to engage the children and effectively support their writing development. We will explore how to identify key grammatical techniques and writing styles, so that these can then be used effectively when modelling writing. From […]
Overview In this workshop, we will explore quality texts in detail; developing a learning unit by using visual prompts, drama, and other techniques to engage the children. We will explore how to quickly identify key grammatical techniques and writing styles, so that these can then be used effectively when modelling writing. From quality picture books, […]
Overview In this workshop, we will delve into quality texts, refining how we use them to inspire and support children’s writing. We will explore how to identify simple grammatical techniques and writing styles, so that these can then be used effectively when modelling writing. There will be opportunities to share ideas, discuss the specific writing […]