All Attendees Will Receive :
A Self-evaluation Schedule to Use
A Series of Downloadable Templates
A Presentation to Use With Staff and Governors
'A striking conclusion that we have drawn from the findings is that, despite the fact that the curriculum is what is taught, there is little debate or reflection about it. School leaders and inspectors discussed the timetable in each school. The timetable is important. It is, however, not the curriculum. Apart from the timetable, there was an absence of other tangible reference points to get to grips with the complex business of curriculum planning. It was evident from these conversations that took place between inspectors and school leaders that there is a lack of clarity around the language of the curriculum.'
- HM Chief Inspector, Amanda Spielman
Sean Harford : OFSTED National Director of Education : He said Ofsted would increasingly look for evidence of “strategic decision-making” in a school’s curriculum, something that was likely to form part of a new common inspection framework in September 2019. Leaders would need to “know what their curriculum is and what the intent is” and be able to “articulate that really clearly” to inspectors, including showing how it was having a practical impact in the classroom.
Our new course, ‘Designing and Reviewing Your Curriculum’ will help your school prepare for this new ‘inspection’. Themes included are :
What is the Curriculum Quality Model ?
What Are the Proposed Revised Inspection Judgements on Curriculum ?
What Is A Broad and Balanced Curriculum NOW ?
What Does A Good Curriculum Look Like ?
The Link Between the Schools 'Ideals' and What Happens In the Classroom
How has the school balanced high standards with breadth ?
How has the school responded to local issues in it’s curriculum ?
How is progression tracked in ALL subjects ?
Does the curriculum promote social mobility ?
Is SMSC and British Values an integral part of the curriculum
(woven into) rather than simply ‘ an add on’ ?
How is personal development planned ?
What makes your curriculum stand out ?
How do you teach the full curriculum and not just the assessment criteria ?
Course Dates and Venues
Click the relevant link below to book your places now. Places are just £295 per person (Incl VAT) if paying by invoice, and £265.50 (Incl VAT) if paying by card.
Wednesday 3rd April 2019
Thursday 4th April 2019
Friday 5th April 2019
By The End of This Course You Will ...
Be Fully Prepared for the Changes to the Inspection of the Curriculum
Be Able To Assess Your Provision Against the Gradings (Outstanding, Good etc)
Be Able To Share The Changes With Staff and Governors / Trustees
Identify What You Are Trying To Achieve With Your Curriculum
Be Able To Identify Priorities for Action
Be Able To State / Identify The Methods To Use To Identify the Impact of the Curriculum on Pupils
List The OFSTED Indicators Used To Identify A Good / Effective Curriculum