This year our Curriculum CPD – Art Course is split into 2 parts. The first will focus on promoting diversity and the second will look at skills progression from EYFS to Year 6.
New for 2023-24 we are adding ‘Computing’ into our Curriculum CPD Programme and we are excited to welcome Mr P to lead our first session focused on raising standards in the classroom through technology.
This practical and interactive course will explore how we can connect learning across the Design and Technology curriculum to contexts that are real and relevant, from EYFS to Year 6.
This full day course will focus on ‘Enhancing Cultural Diversity Provision in Geography and History: EYFS – Year 6′.
This online course, that will be delivered over 2 sessions, is entitled ‘MFL for All: Supporting Every Learner to Achieve in the Primary Languages Classroom’, and offers a practical guide to best practice in primary MFL teaching as well as plenty of signposting to useful resources and support.
In this whole day workshop, entitled ‘Developing a culture of inclusive musical development‘, Jimmy will explore strategies and techniques to ensure all children, including those with SEND, can make outstanding progress in Music.
This one-day course will cover a range of topics to support delegates in reviewing the quality of their PE offer. Topics will include preparing for an Ofsted Deep Dive; curriculum planning; pedagogical models; and ideas for teaching striking and fielding games.
This online course, delivered over two online sessions by Coram Life Education & SCARF, has been specially designed for PSHE leaders to develop knowledge and understanding of delivering inclusive PSHE education that contributes to all learners’ mental health and well-being.
This course will be run over 2 online sessions with the first session having taken place 6th October 2023 and the second session on 13th November 2023 focusing on Building Progression in Ways of Knowing from EYFS to KS2 and Assessment in RE.
This full day, face to face Science Conference will focus on ‘From Policy to Outstanding Practice: How to Ensure Science is Judged to be a Success in your School’