Blogging and the impact on children’s writing

10 May 2018


Blogging and the impact on children’s writing

Who is this course for?

  • Teachers of English at Key Stage 1 & 2
  • English Subject Leaders


  • Understanding of what constitutes good practice in class blogging
  • Practical and actionable ideas and activities to develop class blogs to support pupils’ writing and cross-curricular learning
  • Practical understanding of the technical requirements of an education-focused blogging platform


Course details

This course will draw on London Connected Learning Centre’s research study funded by Education Development Trust, Educational Blogs and their Effects on Children’s Writing. The sessions will use examples from the research study to give teachers practical ideas to involve pupils in blogging.  The programme will explore both the technical and pedagogical considerations to enable an effective culture of whole school blogging.   The programme will be led CLC teachers and technicians and support will be offered between sessions to help schools in establishing their blogs.

This programme is led by London Connected Learning Centre. London CLC supports schools in implementing effective teaching of computing and use of technology to improve pupil outcomes through CPD, pupil workshops, conferences and in-school professional development. London CLC are NAACE impact award winners and BETT awards finalists 2018..


  • Session One    Tuesday 9th October
  • Session Two    Tuesday 29th January
  • Session Three Tuesday 21st May

All sessions will run at London CLC, SW4 0EL

Cost is £395 plus booking fee

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Posted on 10 May 2018
Posted in: Training/CPD