Intent Implementation and Impact!
The 2019 OFSTED framework introduces a new judgement: the ‘quality of education.’ This considers the school’s curriculum intent, implementation and impact.
We explore how leaders (school/curriculum/subject) can show they have built a curriculum ‘with appropriate coverage, content, structure and sequencing.’
We outline how to put this in place in the classroom; how it looks in practice and innovative ideas for delivery.
We share strategies to assess the curriculum and its impact on pupil’s learning.
explore different approaches to non-subject specific and pre-specific learning curricula;
understand the key curriculum needs of learners with profound and complex learning needs;
understand how to profile your current cohort of pupils learning needs; and use a sensory profile tool in this process;
explore what engagement in learning means & how to create opportunities for this;
reinforcing the role of play in learning; and understanding the neuro-science that supports this approach;
emphasising the importance of thinking skills in learning and how to use this information to inform the design of your curriculum;
consider the EIF (2019) when delivering a curriculum for learners with profound & complex learning needs.
Implementation and Impact!
For schools wishing to take a radically different approach to their curriculum
With Steve Phillips and Richard Hirstwood
10 October – Centre for Life, Newcastle
14 October – The Wesley Hotel, London
18 October – Redbank House, Manchester
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Who is presenting?
Steve Phillips is an Independent SEND Consultant, who is the former Deputy Principal of Fountaindale School, where he had lead responsibility for designing, managing and implementing a new curriculum approach to meet the changing needs of the school’s learners. Richard Hirstwood is a dynamic, motivational and accomplished international presenter in the field of multi-sensory approaches to reducing barriers to learning for all learners with SEND.
Who should attend?
This will be appropriate for teachers and classroom practitioners from special schools and colleges; mainstream schools and early years settings with specialist SEND provision who wish to take a radically different approach to their curriculum for learners with severe and complex needs.
The learning continues after the course has ended with an online copy of all pertinent presentations, video & documents from the day on our website, for you to share with your colleagues and continue your learning journey long after the training has finished!
Times & housekeeping?
We begin the day from 9am with coffee and registration with presentations beginning at 9.30am. We will finish around 3.30pm. All refreshments and a lovely lunch are provided! Please let us know on your application form if you have any specific dietary requirements. Please note, we always cater for vegetarians.
£265 plus VAT per place including refreshments & lunch.
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