Primary Teaching Support led by The Teach Hub

The Teach Hub is made up of a team of highly experienced primary teachers that share a passion and love of teaching.

Claire Hubbard is a highly experienced and knowledgeable Primary English Consultant and Teacher, who has been teaching and training for over 34 years. She is currently working across many counties and internationally, supporting numerous schools. She works as both a Key Stage One and Key Stage Two Moderator for Staffordshire and Moderation Manager for Walsall, and has delivered support and training in this role for many years. She is the Managing Director of ‘The Teach Hub’, a Primary Teaching online training and resource company and has recently worked with BBC Bitesize as their adviser on their new Phonics programme, and Penguin House Publishing (Ladybird books) with their new ‘Learn with Ladybird’ activity books. She is also a current part-time intervention teacher who has been successfully moderated herself many times.

The Teach Hub work as a team that includes: Amy Gilbert, an Upper Key Stage Two teacher and Associate Consultant (and Claire’s daughter); Louise Walmsley, a Lower Key Stage Two teacher and Maths Consultant (Claire’s identical twin); Jen Sadler, an experienced Key Stage Two teacher and Associate Consultant; and Katie Wainwright, an experienced Key Stage One teacher, English Lead and Associate Consultant.

The Teach Hub team is available for classroom support with individual or groups of teachers and whole school training/support in Primary English and Mathematics. The Teach Hub provides a host of tried and tested editable unique resources to support any courses delivered.

We have dates available for INSET, twilights and half-day training sessions, both face-to-face and online for the following areas:

Whole Class Reading

Teaching Spellings using Phonics KS1-KS2

Phonics from EY-KS1 using Letters and Sounds

Vocabulary

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Grammar Semantics

Reading and Writing at Expected standard including Greater Depth for KS1, LKS2 and UKS2

Moderation  – Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

Moderation Evidence Collection – Key Stage One and Key Stage Two

Teaching Reading – Decoding and Fluency

Teaching Writing including editing and revising

Reading Deep Dive

Phonics Deep Dive

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Courses 2023 – 2024 (online unless stated otherwise)

Whole Class Reading

Next date in Autumn 2024

Teaching Reading and Writing

Poetry Alchemy: Plucking Poems Out of Thin Air – Wednesday 1st May 1-3pm

Using poetry to enhance the teaching of reading and writing – Wednesday 8th May 1-3pm

Using non-fiction texts to enhance the teaching of reading and writing – Wednesday 19th June 1-3pm

Teaching Reading to Lower Key Stage Two – Wednesday 6th March 1-3pm

Teaching Reading to Upper Key Stage Two – Friday 15th March 1-3pm

Teaching Writing to Key Stage One – Wednesday 17th April 1-3pm

Teaching Writing to Lower Key Stage Two – Wednesday 24th April 1-3pm

Teaching Writing to Upper Key Stage Two – Thursday 2nd May 1-3pm

Teaching Reading Fluency in the Primary School – Monday 15th April 1-3pm

Teaching Decoding and Fluency in Reading for Primary School Teaching Assistants – Monday 22nd April 1-3pm

Reading Deep Dive

Next date in Autumn 2024

Phonics

Phonics Screening Check Guidance for Teachers and Parents – Tuesday 16th April 1-3pm

Phonics Early Years to KS1 – Monday 29th April 1-3pm

Teaching Spellings using Phonics from KS1 to KS2

Next date in Autumn 2024

Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar

Grammar Semantics for KS2 – Tuesday 5th March 1-3pm

Teaching Vocabulary in the Primary School

Next date in Autumn 2024

Assessment and Moderation

Moderation for End of Key Stage Two – Monday 4th March 1-4pm

Moderation Evidence Collection for End of Key Stage Two – Monday 11th March 1-4pm

Writing Assessment at KS2 using the Engagement Model and Pre-Key Stage Two Standards – Tuesday 19th March 1-3pm

What’s Next for Key Stage One Assessment and Moderation? – Monday 18th March 1-4pm

Primary English Subject Leader Update

Wednesday 13th March 1-3pm

Wednesday 3rd July 2024 1-3pm

Contact us at editor@theteachhub.co.uk for further information and costings.