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Occupy Your Curriculum: This Time it’s Primary

RSA Event

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Durham Street Auditorium, RSA House

  • Curriculum
  • Education
  • Schools

The RSA and the Institute of Education are celebrating a third year of Grand Curriculum Designs, a pioneering professional development programme for school leaders and other educators.

With a focus on the primary curriculum, we bring together an expert panel to explore how school leaders are shaping a curriculum and assessment model which raises standards and reflects the interests of pupils, parents, educators and the wider community. Primary leaders are calling for national strategy which supports and enhances the professionalism of all teachers to achieve impact in learning, curriculum development and teaching practice.
Speaker:  Dominic Wyse, Professor of Early Childhood & Primary Education, UCL Institute of Education

Respondents to include: Roddy Fairclough, Head Teacher, Newbury Park Primary; Shona Wright, Middle School Principal, International School of Geneva; Joe Hallgarten, Head of Creative Learning and Development, RSA

Find out more about Grand Curriculum Designs.

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