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Peterborough Curriculum Case Study: Bishop Creighton Academy and Peterborough Cathedral

Report

  • Adolescence
  • Creativity
  • Curriculum
  • Education
  • Further education
  • Schools
  • Skills
  • Teaching
  • Vocational education

Bishop Creighton Academy partnered with Peterborough Cathedral to construct a programme of work which complemented and enhanced the National Curriculum. This project revolved around the production of a 'Question Time' style event in which members of the inter-faith council and the school council sat on a panel and answered questions from the audience of Year 4 and 5 students.

In 2010 we recruited schools in Peterborough to pilot this approach to curriculum development with the aims of:

  • Creating learning experiences that were engaging for children from all backgrounds.

  • Increasing children’s understanding of and attachment to the place where they live.

  • Embedding schools more deeply within their communities and localities.

This report recommends the following:

  • Creating learning experiences that were engaging for children from all backgrounds

  • Increasing children’s understanding of and attachment to the place where they live

  • Embedding schools more deeply within their communities and localities.

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