English Curriculum Development Workshops: Session 6

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Unfortunately, due to the current climate, the University has reluctantly reached the view that the event taking place on Monday 6 July 2020 should be postponed. The University is very sorry to find itself in this position but hope you understand the decision we have had to take.

We look forward to welcoming you to campus when organisers have been able to re-schedule a new date.

Primary school students working with their teacher at a desk.

A series of curriculum-focused twilight workshops for secondary English teachers.

What's happening?

These two-hour twilight sessions are designed to offer secondary English teachers the opportunity to reflect on the current curriculum diet offered in school, with a focus on nurturing a love of learning whilst meeting the demands of the new Ofsted framework. The sessions provide the chance to gain a broader view of the English curriculum landscape, network with fellow English enthusiasts, and refine articulations of ‘intent’, ’implementation’ and ‘impact’.

Throughout the 2019/20 year, we will be offering six two-hour CPD sessions, focused on:

  • Key Stage Three: Revitalising the English curriculum - Monday 30 September
  • Assessment: Reimagining ways of measuring progress - Monday 18 November
  • Developing readers - Monday 27 January
  • Developing writers - Monday 23 March
  • Nurturing and celebrating talk - Monday 8 June
  • Managing transitions (KS2-3, KS3-4 and KS4-5)​ - Monday 6 July

Students often experience a ‘dip’ when moving from one key stage to the next. In this session, we will look at ways to maintain momentum and engagement whilst building on prior learning.​

When?

This event has been postponed due to the current climate.

Monday 6 July
4.00-6.00pm

Other sessions take place throughout the year.

Cost

The sessions cost £40 each per school for up to two delegates or £200 for all six sessions.​

Please book your place via our Online Store.

​Further information

For further information, contact Rachel Rudman or Charlotte Wright in the Institute of Childhood and Education at Leeds Trinity University.

This event is delivered through Leeds Trinity Education Network​.