Handwriting training for schools is for the school who wishes their staff to have handwriting training from a qualified Occupational Therapist.
Training can be arranged for full day (6 hours), 1/2 day (3 hours) or twilight (90 minutes). Every delegate receives with workbook. Prices start at £200 to £800 (VAT exempt). Suitable for EYFS, Key Stage 1 to 4.
Your school must be within my travel distance
- For full day or half day, up to 1 1/2 hours driving distance from Chichester, West Sussex.
- For twilight, up to 20 minutes driving distance from Chichester, West Sussex.
- There is no charge for my travel.
Handwriting training for schools is a training course held in your school. You can either host it purely for your staff or open up the event to neighbouring schools as an income revenue.
By the end of the training, all attendees will know exactly how to progress a whole class’ handwriting, understand how to solve handwriting problems, what worksheets would help develop writing and how handwriting can be fun in the classroom.
If you would like training just for yourself, this can be purchased using the twilight option and the training will be given via Skype. Meaning there are no geographical limitations.
Let me ask you this
- Do handwriting standards vary across your school? Are there some children that seem to be excelling ahead and others who seem to have work hard but still their writing is difficult to read.
- Are you trying to implement a creative writing strategy and the pupils handwriting is affecting the success of their story writing skills? Many schools are realising that to improve story writing they need to be improving their handwriting standards as well.
- Are you looking to have one handwriting approach across your school? Teaching handwriting is rarely given the priority that it deserves and yet is one method of assessment schools are being measured by.
- Do you fear that some of your pupils are failing at writing? Some children can be asked a question and answer it with beautiful detail yet their written answers show a lack of understanding because they have hardly written anything. There is often a developmental cause for this that is easily fixable.