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Leading curriculum change for more able learners in KS3 science
Support to design and implement a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum in KS3 science
Date: 28 November 2019
A new one-day course to support current or aspiring heads of department to design and implement a broad, balanced and challenging curriculum in KS3 science. Delegates will be supported in critically reviewing their school's current provision, and in developing practical ideas for future implementation.
PLUS: Additional support via online webinar.Book now
Led by NACE Associate Ed Walsh, this course is designed to guide and support current or aspiring Heads of Science to design and implement a broad, balanced and challenging science curriculum at Key Stage 3. With reference to Ofsted’s concepts of “intent, implementation and impact”, the course will consider questions such as:
Throughout the day, delegates will explore the foundations of an effective curriculum that successfully builds and refines skills, processes, knowledge and understanding and also aims to inspire and engage students. Participants will be supported in critically reviewing their current provision and will be given practical ideas for future implementation.
Following the course, delegates will have the opportunity to discuss, share and seek further support via an online webinar.
9.00am: Registration and introduction
Exploring the aims of the science curriculum
Aims to practice
Constructing and developing a curriculum
Refining the offer
Action planning and next steps
What our delegates say
Superb day filled with practical ideas and resources to challenge our pupils. Surpassed any other CPD that I have attended over the year.
Senior School Improvement Leader, Southend High School for Boys
Such a fantastic day, so many ideas to take away. The challenge now is to find time to implement them all in the timetable.
Deputy Head, Brookham School
A great course that has really inspired me [...] ideas that should improve outcomes and aspirations for our students.
Assistant Headteacher, Sarah Bonnell School