International Literacy Centre



ILC events Our annual events for Reading Recovery practitioners include: Reading Recovery Read Aloud, Reading Recovery Awards, continuing professional development days for teachers and teacher leaders and conferences.

TL cluster meetings 2017

Themes and the exact timings for the day will be confirmed in March.

9 May 2017 Northern cluster in Blackburn RR Centre, Shadsworth Infant School, Rothesay Road, BLACKBURN, BB1 2EL

12 May 2017 Aisling cluster in Marino Institute of Education, Griffith Avenue, DUBLIN 9, Republic of Ireland

19 May 2017 London and South East cluster at UCL Institute of Education, Room 101, 11 Woburn Square, LONDON WC1H 0NS

25 May 2017 South West cluster in Bristol RR Centre, Sea Mills Primary School, Riverleaze, Sea Mills BRISTOL BS9 2HL

12 June 2017 Midlands cluster in Reading Recovery Centre, Blue Bell Hill Primary School, Gordon Road, St. Ann's, NOTTINGHAM NG3 2LE

Reading Recovery Awards 2017

7 July 2017

The Reading Recovery Awards organised by the International Literacy Centre, celebrate and honour practitioners who have made outstanding contribution to children's literacy through Reading Recovery.

Reading Recovery regional teacher leader professional development Autumn 2017

Tue 10 October 2017 in Ireland (venue tbc)

Fri 13 October 2017 at the Space Observation suite, UCL Institute of Education

Tue 17 October 2017 in a northern Reading Recovery centre (venue tbc)

Fri 20 October 2017 at the Space Observation suite, UCL Institute of Education

One-day professional development for Reading Recovery teacher leaders. Theme and venues tbc

TLPDM residential

7 March 2018 - 9 March 2018

An annual residential course for accredited teacher leaders, addressing current issues in theory, practice and implementation of Reading Recovery.

For further info please contact ioe.ilc@ucl.ac.uk

Reading Recovery National Conference 2018

20 April 2018

Venue, theme and keynotes tbc

Reading Recovery Read AloudĀ 

Read Aloud is a month of events to increase awareness of children who struggle to read and to ensure they get the attention they need.