Hi guys, I'm a first-time poster here so I hope I've selected the correct forum. I have recently been appointed as Literacy Coordinator at my school. To be frank, no-one has been in the role for a number of years and the area of literacy has been a bit neglected. Prior to the end of term I was asked to come up with a literacy mission statement, action plan and begin drafting a policy etc. and now i have been asked by the principal to lead a baker day session with all the staff to kind of 'unveil/re-launch' literacy within the school. I'm conscious that i don't want the session to be totally dry with me just simply talking about where we're at/what I've done and what we need to do... I'd like to get the staff involved in some kind of task that helps show them the value of literacy and highlight the need for it to be promoted across departments/subject areas in order to improve the literacy standards of our pupils; however, I'm a bit at a loss as to what kind of task to do... Does anyone have any suggestions as to what i could do/include?