Why is this conference relevant?
Ensuring quality of education has never been more important. With the Covid-19 pandemic resulting in interrupted learning and an increasing model of blended learning, how can you be sure your curriculum is rich and ambitious, driving achievement for all?
This conference explores a range of beneficial strategies to enhance your curriculum and teaching and learning. From delivering a diverse curriculum which is broad and representative of society, to developing critical thinking and independent learning skills, our digital conference will enable you to hear from expert speakers, network, and reflect on your practice.
With four digital modules (11/16/18/23 March) exploring a range of ways to evidence quality of education, improve marking and feedback, and ensure the impact of interventions, this event will help you evaluate your curriculum and work to narrow the achievement gap. Join the live afternoon digital events to benefit from primary and secondary focus groups for subject leaders to benefit from networking, shared best practice and discussions on: narrowing the gap and blended learning, ensuring a diverse and ambitious curriculum, evidencing quality of education and subject leadership. Module 3 focuses on primary curriculum and module 4 on secondary curriculum.
What can I expect?
Hear from leading experts on a range of topics including:
- Lessons from blended learning - review what has worked and implications for education in the future
- Key actions to narrow the achievement gap and ensure interventions have impact
- Practical strategies to promote critical thinking skills within and beyond the classroom
- Embrace the advantages of outdoor learning to provide children with a broad and balanced skillset
- Create a culture of constructive feedback and peer review to build learning
- Build a diverse curriculum that prepares young people for their future
- Develop pupils' confidence, curiosity and resilience as independent learners
- Challenge, mastery and engagement
Who should attend?
- Curriculum leaders
- Inclusion leads
- Key Stage leaders
- Assessment leads
- Deputy Heads
What our delegates have said
‘Thought-provoking discussions on what is undoubtedly the most important issue facing schools today’ - Assistant Head, Wapping High
‘Helpful ideas for whole-school planning, incorporating varied resources’ - Assistant Principal Curriculum, Highgate Junior School
‘Very well organised event with excellent speakers’ - Assistant Headteacher, Baston House School
‘Provided insight and evidence to catalyse the building of a new curriculum which is fit for purpose in the 21st century' - Curriculum Development Leader, King's College Alicante