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Lancashire Professional Development Service have been providing high-quality, professional training and development for over twenty-five years. The team offer a comprehensive range of consultancies, courses and conferences which cover the full range of curriculum, teaching and learning, and leadership needs.
Our well established and highly regarded team of Teaching and Learning Consultants design tailor-made professional learning opportunities and consultancy packages for schools, multi-academy trusts, clusters and other settings. LPDS support is readily available across Lancashire, the North West and further afield.
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Hard-copy Publication News
After Wednesday 20th July 2022 hard-copy publication orders will not be dispatched until September, unless those ordering provide a home address.
Key Learning in Spoken Language
Based upon the expectations outlined in the National Curriculum, this publication will support teachers to plan spoken language opportunities in English and across the curriculum. Publication available electronically for instant download.
History Units Planning Guidance - Local Black History
The three Local Black History units featured within this publication seek to address the lack of balance and diversity that can occur when we ‘whitewash’ history and neglect to tell the stories of people from different cultures and backgrounds. Publication available electronically for instant download.
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"In Reception, the Phase 2 progression is excellent. Most of the class can blend to read words, sentences and decodable books, and segment to write sentences already. We are thrilled! We have never had so many children being able to read and write this effectively in the autumn term."
Headteacher at a Red Rose Letters and Sounds Pilot School