Developing A Curriculum For Long Term Learning – Clare Sealy and Andrew Percival
In recent years there has been a growing interest in curriculum design with Ofsted acknowledging that there has not always been a sufficient focus on this during inspection. As Amanda Spielman HMCI says in her initial commentary on curriculum –
“A striking conclusion that we have drawn… is that, despite the fact that the curriculum is what is taught, there is little debate or reflection about it.”
In light of current findings from the field of cognitive science, Clare Sealy and Andrew Percival have been working to develop a rich curriculum that promotes long term learning in their respective schools. Join them to find out more about the intent, implementation and impact of such a curriculum.
The day’s training will focus on:
Please note that lunch and refreshments will be provided (please contact firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any specific dietary requirements)
Clare Sealy is a headteacher of a primary school in London and her influential blogs about memory and curriculum have been shared widely. She can be found on Twitter at @ClareSealy and at primarytimery.com
Andrew Percival is a deputy headteacher and curriculum leader in a primary school in Oldham. He also blogs and tweets about curriculum and can be found on Twitter at @primarypercival and at primarypercival.weebly.com