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The White Hills Park Trust has been publishing a weekly Newsletter during term time since January 2014. In February 2019 we published our 200th edition.
You can download the latest Trust Newsletter here, or if you want to catch up with our back catalogue please visit one of our school websites.
‘A high-quality education, built around a rich curriculum, is a matter of social justice.’ (Amanda Spielman HMCI)
Like many others, the schools in the White Hills Park Trust have been examining the role of the curriculum in children’s progress and development. We have encouraged practitioners to use the wealth of research along with their own disciplinary knowledge and classroom experience in order to examine innovative curriculum approaches. The recent pilot framework inspection at Bramcote College gave valuable insight into the way curriculum design is occupying a growing role in the evaluation of the quality of education. This event will hear the latest thinking from Ofsted, as well as providing delegates with the opportunity to participate in practitioner-led workshops, with real practical relevance for teachers in both secondary and primary settings.
From Intent to Implementation
Monday 1st July, 2019
9.00am: Welcome – The Intent
9.15am: Keynote Speaker – Di Mullan, HMI
10.15am: Implementation Workshop 1
11.30am: Workshop 2
1.00pm: Workshop 3
1.45pm: The Journey Ahead
2.30pm: Close and Evaluations
Workshop A: Low Stakes Testing (Joel Haigh, Head of Maths, Alderman White)
Workshop B: The Whole Child (Karsten Stephan, Director of Alderman White Language College)
Workshop C: Primary Curriculum Design (Adrian Nash, Round Hill Headteacher)
Workshop D: Curriculum Pathways (Annwen Mellors, Head of School at Alderman White & Heidi Gale, Head of School at Bramcote College)
Workshop E: Metacognition – Learning that Lasts (Simon Morton, Assistant Head, Bramcote College)
Workshop F: SEND – Meeting Curriculum Needs (James Hutchinson, Headteacher, Foxwood Academy)
Workshop G: Building Knowledge & Skills (Shirley Gardiner, Head of English, Alderman White)
We look forward to welcoming you! The cost of the course is £30 per person. To book a place at the conference, please e-mail email@example.com by Friday 24thMay. Please indicate your 3 preferred workshop choices and a reserve choice. For more information, speak to Karen Sims on 0115 9078111.