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|Description||Audit your school’s practices and decide which areas to focus on to develop an outstanding curriculum.|
|Categories||Primary, Leadership and Management, Teaching and Learning, KS1, KS2, Wider Context, Education system, In school, Coaching / Mentoring|
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Developed in collaboration with the Cambridge Primary Review Trust, this one-day course will assist with auditing your current curriculum practice and identifying areas for improvement. It goes far beyond the changes to the national curriculum (in England), looking instead at broader principles of effective curriculum management that bring children to the heart of a balanced and creative curriculum.
Why choose this day?
Do you want to use the introduction of the 2014 national curriculum as an opportunity to look at your curriculum provision as a whole and discuss how you can work towards an outstanding curriculum?
Is it your priority to ensure you offer a genuinely broad, rich and balanced How much does it cost?curriculum, driven by your vision and aims for your school, that meets the needs of all your children? If so, this course is for you.
Although your plans for implementing the new national curriculum will be touched on very briefly , this will not be the focus of the day. Instead, your consultant will help you to think about questions such as:
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About the Cambridge Primary Review
Following a lengthy period of consultation and planning, the Cambridge Primary Review (CPR) was launched in October 2006 as a fully independent enquiry into the condition and future of primary education in England. CPR was supported from 2006-12 by generous grants from Esmée Fairbairn Foundation. The scope of CPR and the depth of its evidence have made it the most comprehensive enquiry into English primary education since the Plowden report of 1967. But CPR has gone far beyond Plowden in that it has not only published a major report but has given equal attention to dissemination, policy engagement, setting up a professional network and building professional capacity. Thus CPR is much more than a ‘review’ in the conventional sense of the word.
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Who from our school should attend?
There are two options for who from your school might attend this day:
What are the course objectives?
This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.