Make Sure Your School Is Ready For The New Education Inspection Framework

We are delighted to share with you our curriculum pathway, which will provide you with the necessary knowledge to review revise and evaluate your provision.

Topics Covered:

  • Changes in curriculum theory and research
  • The 25 curriculum indicators from Ofsted’s research into curricula
  • An in-depth understanding of curriculum rationale, curriculum content and sequencing, and how school’s might evaluate the effectiveness of their own curriculum
  • The key role of subject leaders
  • Ideas for assessing current curriculum offer
  • Action planning

all curriculum development courses

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Multiple dates available.

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Course Leader: Linda Brown

Linda qualified with a Bachelor of Education (Honours), and began her teaching career in the West Midlands.

During this time, she gained further qualifications, including NPQH, and worked in six socially and economically diverse schools, including an acting Headship in a large 3 form entry primary, and a substantive Headship for seven years.

Following headship, she set up her own consultancy and undertook extensive school improvement work, ranging from work with newly qualified teachers to support for senior leadership teams and governors.

Linda joined Services For Education as a Senior Adviser where her role is primarily focused upon developing leaders, including those who have recently transitioned to Headship.

School Improvement activity, leading governor training on behalf of BCC and being a School Improvement Adviser also form part of her senior role at Services For Education.

More recently, Linda attained Fellowship of the Institute of Leadership and Management.

about services for education

Under the new Education Inspection Framework, there is a requirement that schools communicate their curriculum intent, and create and deliver a strategy for successful implementation, generating a cohesive curriculum that builds on prior learning, deepens knowledge and results in the very best outcomes for all pupils.

Services For Education provides a wide range of services and professional development opportunities to enable schools to meet their wider safeguarding requirements to ensure children and young people are protected from harm.

We have courses to suit every kind of job role that involves contact with children, whether it be whole staff general safeguarding or analysis of specific safeguarding issues such as CSE, FGM or safer recruitment.

These include centre-based, in-house training sessions, online courses and bespoke consultations, depending on your needs. A number of these are accredited or validated by external organisations to provide delegates with a nationally recognised certification. Find out more about us, here.

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