Whole School #Literacy Tweeters

To share good practice @DamsonEd and I are attempting first to find all those interested in or who have responsibility for whole school literacy. 

Once this is done, we hope to co-ordinate  ideas, resources, what’s worked, what hasn’t, advice, questions, maybe even a #literacychat and, if sufficient interest, a get together.

Please let us know if you’d like to join the group below – all welcome.

@DrewEd has also volunteered to create a Twitter list. Thanks.

https://twitter.com/DrewEdu/lists/literacy-leaders

@julesdaulby & @DamsonEd

The list so far…

@SallyAnnEnright

@SalsaLou1

@KMarlow1

@stephanootis

@roz_burch

@KDWScience

@abbiemam1982

@thinshadow

@KateKelly20

@NooPuddles

@davowillz

@lizaboid

@FranNantongwe

@DrewEd

@julesdaulby

@DamsonEd

@EquitableEd

@rpd1972

@emmsibo

@Rythm4Reading

@HeyMissSmith

@MinnieTimperley

@MrStaveley

@JE55

@rashush2

@MisterMarci

@amyjeetley

@clairejacobs

@supritiffion

@RJF30

@DiLeed

@BennieKara

@marygtroche

@shinpad1

@JennaLucas81

@rachelrossiter

@ChrisChivers

@Helen53525537 

@MartindaleJenny

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10 thoughts on “Whole School #Literacy Tweeters

  1. I think this is a brilliant idea. I used to be the senco for two merging schools and ran everything from multi sensory phonics groups to A level literature booster classes. I know that (unless you have honorary members :)) I’m not a good fit for your list now that i’m not doing that job, but I just want to say that I think this list is such a great idea and really hope it takes off in a massive way 🙂

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