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On the 2nd July, the DfE released their ‘guidance for full opening – schools’. It provides all secondary schools with a detailed plan of what key measures should be implemented to help ensure children are able to return back to school safely and allow as full a curriculum as possible.
The guidance states the DfE’s expectations and outlines the key principles that underpin their advice on curriculum planning. It sets out specific points of interest for Key Stages 3, 4 and 5, with a focus on providing extra support to help catch up on content missed and ensuring exams and assessments are as fair as possible.
The guidance also references the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) report ‘COVID-19 Support Guide for Schools’, which stresses the importance of professional development in order to support curriculum planning or effective use of technology.
In this webinar, The National College will provide senior leaders, headteachers, curriculum and subject leads with practical advice and guidance on how schools can best prepare for a September return and successfully deliver DfE expectations on curriculum.
Recognising where additional catch-up support may be required and how to modify the school curriculum to address gaps in knowledge.
Understanding how secondary schools should focus on continuing to deliver their curriculum in line with qualification and examination requirements.
Planning curriculum development based on individual pupil’s starting points and making effective use of regular formative assessments.
Identifying where informed decisions may be made to discontinue subjects and ensuring communication with parents and students is timely and robust.
Develop remote education as a key component in the delivery of the school curriculum and ensuring a coherent plan to return to a normal environment by autumn 2021.
Food for thoughtVery pragmatic, but not insensitive, in its message, going forward. A lot of good points to consider before September. Well worth watching.Marias Lorde - Sunbury Manor School
In this webinar, Marc Rowland, the UK’s national authority on effective Pupil Premium provision, discusses how schools can act now to help bridge the education gap. He will explore how schools can implement a high expectations and inclusive teaching strategy to help negate the impact of school closures on the attainment of disadvantaged pupils.
In this webinar, Marie Thompson, a teacher, trainer and researcher with 16+ years’ experience of outstanding practice in schools, will explore how schools can use the autumn check as part of their wider catch-up strategy as well as ensuring that staff meet their statutory responsibilities and that the correct procedures are implemented before, during and after the check.
In this webinar, Claire Grimes, Assistant Headteacher and author of the highly popular book, Rosenshine’s Principles in Action: The Workbook, explores exactly what the Rosenshine Principles are and how schools can effectively implement them to improve overall learning outcomes.
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