Effectively embed oracy in your classroom practice 

The roots of a high quality oracy education are in the classroom. Teachers are those best placed to develop their students’ capacity to discuss, deliberate and reason effectively.

Our National Oracy Pioneers programme supports teachers to become expert oracy practitioners ready to empower their students to find their voice for success in the classroom and beyond.

As an Oracy Pioneer, you will:

  • Engage critically with the research surrounding good practice in oracy teaching and learning
  • Equip your teachers to use purposeful talk to drive learning across the curriculum, deepening students’ knowledge, understanding and reasoning
  • Build a whole-school culture which values and celebrates oracy, in classrooms and beyond
  • Strengthen specialist leadership for oracy in your school

This programme is for you if:

  • You are a primary or secondary teacher passionate about oracy and the difference it could make to the pupils you teach.
  • You want to become an expert oracy practitioner, with a specialism in this exciting area of pedagogy.
  • You want to join a movement to raise the status of oracy in schools across the UK.

Register for the programme

Duration
Three professional development days over two terms
Location
UK-wide with travel to a main city for the final session
Costs

• £600 Primary
• £700 Secondary

Register now for places on our 2020 programmes based in  London, Birmingham, Newcastle, Sheffield and Southampton.

Each programme is spread across three days. Day 1 and Day 2 are held regionally, Day 3 is the National Oracy Pioneers’ Forum, which will take place in Birmingham on Wednesday 1st July.

London: Tuesday 3rd March, Tuesday 28th April
Birmingham: Wednesday 4th March, Wednesday 29th April
Newcastle: Thursday 5th March, Thursday 30th April
Southampton: Wednesday 4th March, Wednesday 29th April
Sheffield: Tuesday 3rd March, Tuesday 28th April

If you have any questions about the programme, email: shreya@voice21.org

Hear from programme participants

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