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Sue Palmer at HMS Belfast, London - **Tuesday 12th November 2013**

Tuesday, 12 November 2013

'Teaching Grammar Creatively' - INSET Conference'

Venue: HMS Belfast, The Queen's Walk, Tooley St, London SE1 2JH
Date: 12th November 2013

In this exceptional interactive in-service conference, the inspirational Sue Palmer will :
  • explain the changes to grammar teaching in the new National Curriculum, including new terminology and the concepts behind it.
  • demonstrate a vast range of creative approaches to teaching grammar throughout the primary school
  • show how to fire children's interest in language (whilst also equipping them to pass their SPAG test!)
Sue is also a popular and entertaining speaker, and in this course she will cover the following areas; Words at Work; Sense and Sentences; Punctuation and Cohesion, and finally a simple model for teaching writing across the curriculum, and how grammar teaching fits into it.


  • £199.00 VAT (including lunch and refreshments)
  • £184.00 VAT (including refreshments)
10% discount for group bookings over 5 delegates!
Use our online booking service or contact us now to book your place. You can also download our booking form and fax it to us on (020) 8465 5111.
Please note that the last date to receive bookings for this event is Friday 8th November 2013.

**Browse and buy Sue's books ready for the event here!**


  1. To inspire a creative curriculum.
  2. To develop a greater teacher confidence.
  3. To develop quality teacher-pupil interaction.
  4. Set high standards in quality first teaching.
  5. To inspire sustainable and ever-expanding development of teaching (and enthusiasm for teaching) the English Language across the curriculum.


  • By promoting effective teaching practices, to help children become effective speakers and writers.
  • To demonstrate quality teacher/pupil interactive strategies and activities.
  • To support exceptional people to be exceptional teachers of English.
  • To enable good teachers to be confident, fluent and secure in their teaching.
  • To demonstrate creative practice within a sound framework of proven strategies.