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  • 1. Whole Staff Training Day 6th June 2011
  • 2. Is it tooobvious tostate thatyoungpeople willenjoy andvalue acurriculumthat enablesthem toenjoy andvaluethemselves?
  • 3.  Develop a vision for our curriculum Understand the Curriculum Development Cycle Understand the relationships between Curriculum, Assessment and Pedagogy Understand how different components of curriculum design can impact on learning Agree on non-negotiable elements of curriculum planning for Sept 2011 onwards Agree on short term and medium term actions and outcomes in our curriculum design
  • 4. The Curriculum Development Cycle Three key questions 1 What are we trying What are you trying to achieve? to achieve? How can you organise learning to achieve these aims? 2 How do we organise learning? How will you know if you have been successful? 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 5. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve? 2 How do we organise learning?To develop a modern, world-class curriculum that will inspire and 3challenge all learners and prepare How well are we achieving our aims? them for the future.
  • 6. The National Curriculum Aims Three key questions 1 How do these aims fit with our own vision for the aims of What are we trying the curriculum? to achieve? How do they fit with our Success Criteria from the staff meeting before Easter? 2 How do we organise learning? 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 7. Three key questions 1 Responsible What are we trying Citizens Community to achieve?Successful 2 Learners Aspiration How do we organise learning? Confident Individuals Pride 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 8. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve? 2 How do we organise learning? 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 9. Three key questions 1 What The school’s curriculum provides are we trying memorable experiences and rich to achieve? opportunities for high quality learning… the school may be at the forefront of successful, innovative curriculumThe entire planned design - Ofsted learning experience 2 underpinned by a How broad set of aims do we organise and purposes - learning? QCDA Education both influences and reflects the values of our society, and the kind of society we want to be – new 3 PNC How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 10. Three key questions 1 What are we tryingBehaviour Routines Environment to achieve? Pupil 2Location Lessons How Interaction do we organise learning? ExtendedPedagogy Events Provision 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 11. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve? Literacy Personal Skills Skills 2 How do we organise learning?Numeracy Emotional Skills Skills Learning and ICT Skills 3 Thinking How well Skills are we achieving our aims?
  • 12. Three key questions 1 WhatAn effectively designed curriculum ensures: are we trying to achieve? The curriculum meets the needs and interests of all learners; A broad and balanced curriculum is an 2 entitlement for all learners; How do we The curriculum is integrated with effective organise learning? teaching, learning and assessment; The curriculum is at the heart of schools strategies to raise achievement and improve outcomes for all its learners. 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 13. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve? Curriculum 2 How do we organise learning?Pedagogy Assessment 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 14. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve? 2 How do we organise learning? 3 How well are we achieving our aims?
  • 15. Three key questions 1 What are we trying to achieve?Develop first ELL are planned hand into unitsexperiences 2 How do we organise learning?Pupils have an An outcome thatopportunity to can be publiclydirect learning celebrated 3 How well are we achieving our aims?