Leading Change: preparing for a new national curriculum and Ofsted(LC230312)

Provider: Curriculum Connections
£150.00 + VAT

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Description For leaders of curriculum change in first, middle and primary schools. A day designed to build capacity in your school by developing the leadership skills of your curriculum co-ordinator or change leader. Someone needs to manage the process of deep change to a new curriculum.
Duration 1 day

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Categories Primary, Secondary, Leadership and Management, KS1, KS2, KS3, Management, Assistant Headteacher, Deputy Headteacher, Headteacher, Change Management, Out of school, In school, After-school meetings, Speech / Seminar
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

By the end of the day you will have:

  • A reliable, inclusive process for reviewing, developing and evaluating your curriculum;
  • Practical activities for involving all stakeholders in creating the curriculum you want;
  • Research-based strategies to manage how people react to change;
  • Suggested timelines of actions for you to personalise;
  • A Toolkit and Resources to support your plans;
  • An offer of further support in your school or partnership.
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This practical day models an effective process for curriculum review and development that ensures that your school's whole curriculum will meet the needs and wants of your children and other important groups. The process provides evidence for Ofsted 2012 of high quality Leadership and Management of curriculum change. You will meet the new national curriculum with confidence and easily manage its introduction within your personalised curriculum.

The day is divided into sessions that consider:

  • The Why, Who, What and How of school-based curriculum review and innovation;
  • The power of analogy - Knowing where we are and what we value;
  • A process for preparation - How am I, are we, going to do this?
  • Leading change - The challenges and how to manage them;
  • Time for reflection, thinking ahead and planning;
  • Thoughts so far and what to do next -  Building a network of support

The day is led by Hilary Pegum, Curriculum Adviser with QCDA to March 2011





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