NATE Annual Conference

From The National Association for the Teaching of English

Resource type: Conference or Trade Show

Price band: £

Key stage: Adult

Region(s): All of UK

The 2024 NATE Conference will take place on 1st July at King’s College London.  This year’s theme is A Celebration of Secondary English Teaching and Research.

Through a selection of keynote presentations, workshops and seminars, delegates will have the opportunity to explore a range of key issues within English, including:

  • Using drama-based pedagogy to support the interpretation of prose and poetry.
  • How to engage young people to write with enthusiasm.
  • Understanding the struggles of dysfluent readers.
  • Using literary archives to enrich an inclusive English curriculum.

Keynote speakers include:

  • Dr Simon Gibbons, Director of Teacher Education at King’s College London
  • Martin Illingworth, Senior Lecturer in English Education at Sheffield Hallam University and Rhythmical Mike, spoken word artist, film-maker and podcaster.
  • Alison Wood and Kathy Roe from HFL Education.

Cost: £39/£49 for NATE members/non-members. Discounts for trainees and ECTs available.

About NATE: The National Association for the Teaching of English is an educational charity that was set up in 1963 to encourage, develop and share innovative approaches for the teaching of English, to be an advocate for the cultural and philosophical importance of English as a humane discipline, and to provide an independent voice for the English teaching profession.

Further resources:

  • Find out more about NATE, their work and how to become a member here.
  • Find other literacy conferences and trade shows here.

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nate.org.uk

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0161 929 7302

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