English Hub @Whiston Worry Goose

September 26, 2019

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We are delighted that one of our trust schools has become a designated English Hub.

In the spring of 2018, the Department for Education (DfE) identified and invited 924 eligible schools to apply to become an accredited English Hub as part of a new national initiative to drive up standards in literacy. Following a competitive application and selection process, the DfE announced the designation of the inaugural English Hubs in autumn 2018.

We are thrilled to confirm that Whiston Worrygoose, was successfully designated as one of only 32 English Hubs in the country. We are excited by the opportunities this creates for local schools and are keen to share more information about the support and resources available and how schools can access and contribute to the work of the English Hub.

As defined by the DfE, each English Hub will:

Promote a love of reading and support schools across the country to provide excellent phonics and early language teaching.  Literacy specialists within each hub will provide tailored support to schools. This will include running events to showcase excellent practice in teaching reading and working with local schools to develop their practice.

Department for Education (DfE), October 2018

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