About this starter kit
This starter kit provides support and guidance, information and resources for developing and delivering flexible models of delivery for literacy, language and numeracy (LLN) and applies equally to maths and English delivery. It includes the development of blended learning approaches.
The starter kit is aimed at providers who are new to English, maths and ESOL provision and providers who would like to review and further develop their flexible delivery of these subjects (referred to collectively as LLN) .
The kit provides answers to questions such as:
- What do we mean by flexible models of delivery?
- Why is it important to have flexible models of delivery?
- Who should get involved and what resources are available to support staff development?
The Flexible Models of Delivery Starter Kit has eight sections. There is also a downloadable ‘Taking Stock’ questionnaire Use this to review your provision and identify priorities and actions. You can begin with the Taking Stock questionnaire or go straight to the sections below to find information and resources.
Please choose a section
What do we mean by ‘flexible models of delivery’? Why flexible delivery? What does it include? What are the benefits?
Funding, staffing, equipment and resources
The range of models; matching models to needs
Identifying appropriate learners, induction, tutor support, learner mentors and ‘buddies’
Effective teaching and learning for blended learning – what will be different?
Free national resources and provider products
Approaches and examples of staff development
Case studies from a range of providers