[SLP] This is a Senior Leadership Pathway course and attendance works towards the ISA Certificate in Advanced School Leadership (4 credits). See more information here.
Date(s) - 03/12/2020
9:00 am - 2:30 pm
This course will be run online via Zoom. Full details of how to join will be sent in advance of the day.
Suitable for: Members of senior leadership team and aspirant senior leaders who have a responsibility for curriculum strategy, programme planning, development and implementation. The course is suitable for colleagues from all age phases – Junior, Prep, Senior.
As a nation we are in the middle of a debate of what the nature of a child’s educational experience should be and its relevancy to the social, economic and cultural challenges they will face. Curriculum matters have now taken centre stage in the national inspection process and curriculum intention, design and implementation is now a key process for school leaders. We examine some fundamental questions about the ‘what and the why’ and then move through the process of curriculum coherence, implementation and “how well are we doing?
This course aims to enable delegates to undertake an evidence based review of their curriculum. You will plan the delivery process for a whole school curriculum that ensures effectiveness and relevance in preparing pupils for future learning, whilst fulfilling work and social engagement.
What you will learn:
- How to plan an integrated and holistic curriculum
- An understanding of the current curriculum debate and which elements should inform content and delivery
- The processes used to evaluate curriculum delivery and outcome
Course tutor: Paul Bevis
*This is a CPD certified course. The learning activity has reached the required CPD standards and benchmarks and the value has been scrutinised to ensure integrity and quality. A CPD Accredited Certification will demonstrate recognisable improvement within your proficiency and skillsets, and compliment your career aspirations.
Feedback from previous delegates
“The trainer had impressive knowledge and understanding, and extensive relevant experience; he was up to date with reading and ideas. He challenged trivia and superficiality and encouraged deep thinking and research-based ideas and methods. He was fully in control of the session yet engaged meaningfully with the ideas from delegates, using his expertise to guide, challenge and encourage high quality discussion.”
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