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Literacy teaching: skills audit for staff

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Last updated on 16 September 2016
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Are there tools to help audit teachers' skills in developing literacy? In this article, we link to a literacy skills audit form from a local authority, and include advice from one of our associate experts on auditing staff skills. We also link to a skills audit for trainee teachers and teaching assistants.

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  1. 1 Literacy subject skills audit for staff
  2. 2 Auditing skills in teaching GPS
  3. 3 Literacy subject skills audit for trainee teachers
  4. 4 Assessing staff literacy levels: tests from the DfE
  5. 5 Literacy skills audits for teaching assistants and support staff

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