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|Description||We will spend the primary day of the summer school working through the challenges of being a primary subject leader. During the day delegates will trial a range of practical strategies that can be used back at school to improve children’s attainment and progress, based on the 2016 Primary Design and Technology Subject Leaders’ File. *Please note that delegates will receive a copy of the Primary Design and Technology Subject Leaders’ File, which has been fully revised and updated. We will cover Curriculum planning in KS1 and KS2 Monitoring and evaluation Managing tools, equipment and materials Leading staff CPD Writing a D&T policy Developing a subject improvement plan Creating a system for assessment Early Years Foundation Stage Learning Outcomes: By the end of the day, delegates will have: Developed a range of strategies to confidently carry out their subject leadership role Identified steps towards improving the subject back at school The course trainer is Gareth Pimley:https://www.data.org.uk/our-people/lead-consultants/gareth-pimley/ Course Cancellation Policy: https://www.data.org.uk/terms-and-conditions/ If you require overnight accommodation we have a number of options available, please contact the reservations team at Warwick Conferences. Subject to availability you have the choice of student accommodation, the Radcliffe, Scarman or Arden. Please call 02476 573925 or email: [email protected] Or alternatively contact the Premier Inn (Balsall Common, Coventry) http://www.premierinn.com/|
|Duration||9.30 - 5.00|
|Categories||Primary, KS1, KS2|
|Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students||
9.30 - 10.15 Keynote Speech (Subject TBC)
10.30 Introduction to the Primary Summer School Day
10.40 Workshop 1: Setting the Scene – Making Progress in D&T (KS1 and KS2)
What do we mean by progression in D&T?
12.00 Workshop 2: Iterative designing and making (KS1 & KS2), innovation and risk-taking (KS2)
What does an iterative process look like?
2.15 Workshop 3: Electrical systems (KS2) mechanisms (KS1) & mechanical systems (KS2)
Understanding and using systems
4.15 Evaluation and close
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