Delivering accredited Every Child Counts training on behalf of Edge Hill University
Every Child Counts helps schools to raise achievement through:
- a range of interventions to support children who struggle with literacy or mathematics
- developing teaching standards to sustain high achievement for all children.
Every Child Counts provides professional development, training and resources for school leaders, teachers and teaching assistants in and beyond the UK. It is run by Edge Hill University on a not-for-profit basis and was set up with support from the DfE.
Primary Support Team consultants hold the necessary accreditations from Edge Hill University to deliver Every Child Counts training in reading, writing and mathematics.
1stClass@Writing develops and improves all aspects of children's writing.
1stClass@Writing is a new, highly motivating and effective intervention delivered by a specially trained teaching assistant to children in Year 3 to 5 who have fallen behind in writing.
Project X Code
Project X CODE Training maximises the impact on pupils’ achievement.
High quality professional development helps teaching assistants and teachers to deliver and manage Project X CODE effectively for pupils in Years 2 to 4 who need support with reading.
Better Reading Support Partners
Better Reading Support Partners provides targeted and effective reading support for pupils in Years 1 to 10.
A specially trained teaching assistant, volunteer or parent gives one-to-one support in structured sessions to pupils who have fallen behind at reading.
1stClass@Number improves children’s understanding of number and develops early calculation skills.
It is an innovative small group intervention delivered by a specially trained teaching assistant to children who need further support with the Year 1 or Year 2 mathematics curriculum .
A new light-touch calculation-based intervention from Every Child Counts. Success@Arithmetic improves pupils’ understanding of number and written calculation skills.
It is a small-group intervention delivered by a teacher and teaching assistant in partnership to pupils in Key Stages 2 and 3 who need support with written arithmetic.