What are effective processes for curriculum construction, debate and renewal?
    In reality, how is the curriculum used as a progression model?
    Which factors influence the inclusion or omission of content within different curriculum models?
    Which factors influence the order of content across different curriculum disciplines within the curriculum?

    Following the success of the Primary Curriculum Symposium, Herts for Learning are delighted to launch a follow-up CPD offer: Curriculum in Motion. This series of half-day CPD sessions will allow leaders to continue the conversations begun during the Curriculum Symposium and to re-focus on key curriculum questions, such as those listed above. For those leaders who did not attend the Curriculum Symposium, the sessions will provide an excellent opportunity to engage in the topical debates surrounding curriculum design and implementation.

    The five Curriculum in Motion sessions, which will be spread across the academic year 2019/20, will feature guest speakers, all of whom have considerable experience of forming and shaping bespoke curriculums, designed to meet the needs of learners within their diverse settings. Acting on the feedback from the Curriculum Symposium, each session will feature a speaker who is able to give practical insights into the processes, challenges and considerations associated with visioning and implementing a primary curriculum. Each session will also include input from a Hertfordshire headteacher, or leader, working in a school that has been noted for its investment in curriculum considerations.

     

    Session Three: 16th March 2020

    Guest Speaker: Christine Counsell – Education Consultant serving on Ofsted’s Curriculum Advisory Group

     

    Session Four: 18th May 2020

    Guest Speaker: Gary Lewis – Chair of the Association of Character Education

     

    Session Five: 29th June 2020

    Guest Speaker: Koulla Anslow – Deputy Headteacher and Curriculum Lead at Wells Hall Primary School in Suffolk

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