Reviewing, creating & articulating the intent of your curriculum and evaluating it in your SEF/SSE
17 January 2020
This course will help you to formulate with some clarity your curricular intent. It will provide you with the opportunity to reflect, discuss and write the intent ensuring the curriculum is linked to your local context. It will provide the opportunities to ensure their vision and values are interwoven through what the curriculum offers.
Through the session, using the documents provided, participants will have established their curricular intent which can be used on the website, prospectus and be articulated to a wider audience.
There will be time during the day dedicated to constructing and editing your own SEF with support from the consultant.
- Be clear about the curriculum intent for your school and how the needs of the learners have been taken into account.
- Outline the way your curriculum is bespoke to your school, starting with your context
- Recognise the decisions you have taken because of the pupils’ context
- Ensure the curriculum reflects the schools aims and values / mission statement
- Reflect on the extent to which a wide range of stakeholders have been involved
- Establishing the non-negotiables for your curriculum
- Ensure the curriculum been adapted to enable all pupils to access content and make progress, according to their need and starting point.
- Ensure the curricular intent is clearly articulated in a wide range of sources (SEF, Website and prospectus) Be clear that the curriculum enables pupils at least meet end of key stage requirements in subjects. Explore how your curriculum (and subjects) are mapped out across the curriculum ensuring appropriate coverage is in place
Aimed at All schools Heads, senior leaders, middle leaders, department leaders, phase leaders, governors
Session 1 (17/01/2020 08:45 - 15:30 session)
|Seminar Host||Seminar Name||Seminar Schedule|
|Paul Longden||Reviewing, creating & articulating the intent of your curriculum and evaluating it in your SEF/SSE||17/01/2020 08:45 - 15:30|