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14-19 The Big Picture Di Lloyd [email protected] The Big Picture. All young people access to all 14 diploma lines wherever they are. Big Picture of the curriculum. Key Stage 3 1 Attitude and Attributes eg Risk Taking, Enterprise 2 Skills eg Literacy, numeracy, PLT

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The big picture
The Big Picture

All young people

access to all 14 diploma lines wherever they are


Big picture of the curriculum
Big Picture of the curriculum

Key Stage 3

1 Attitude and Attributes eg Risk Taking, Enterprise

2 Skills eg Literacy, numeracy, PLT

3 Knowledge and Understanding

Key Stage 4/5

  • Widening Choice

  • Diplomas

  • Changes to A. Level


Vocational day for all students year 10 11 delivered collaboratively
Vocational Day for all students Year 10/11 delivered collaboratively

Examples of courses:

Health and Social Care

Travel and Tourism

ICT

E.Media

Sport

Construction

Skills for working life

Young apprentice – engineers

Young apprentice – Business Administration

Animal Welfare

Hair and Beauty

Music Technology and DJ Skills

Technical Theatre

Music Technology


Every child matters integral to the whole curriculum
Every Child Matters: Integral to the whole curriculum collaboratively

Enjoy & achieve Stay safe Be healthy Positive contribution Economic well being

Enjoy & achieve Stay safe Be healthy Positive contribution Economic well being

Personal Development

Personal Development

Personal well-being

Economic well-being


All Diplomas will ensure students collaboratively

get an excellent grounding in English,

maths, ICT, and personal learning and thinking skills. In addition, a project will help develop students’ ability for independent work, and every student will have at least 10 days’ work experience.


PLT collaboratively

These are the soft skills and likely to include:

Literacy

Team working

Responding positively to change

Numeracy

Organising own work and set priority


What is happening when
What is happening when? collaboratively

  • 2008 New Key Stage 3 Curriculum

  • 2008– Diplomas at Level 1 2 3 Engineering, Society Health and Development, CBE, ICT, creative & media

  • 2009 – LBE, Manufacturing, Hair & Beauty, Bus Admin & Finance. Hosp and Catering

  • 2010 – Public Services, S & L, Retail, T & T

  • 2008 - A level change to include extended project , reduced from 6 units of assessment to 4.

  • 2009 - Functional skills Eng, ICT

  • 2010 - Functional Skills Maths


Where will functional skills sit
Where will functional skills sit? collaboratively

“By incorporating functional skills into a variety of learning and qualifications and making them available as stand alone qualifications, we are ensuring all young people and adults are able to develop these vital skills.”


Functional skills
Functional Skills collaboratively

  • Trials (not certificated) from October 2006

  • Pilots from September 2007 in ICT and English in GCSE, Diplomas and Standalone (15 awarding bodies) 2 yr pilots.

  • GCSE English and ICT to include from 2009 and Maths 2010

  • If delivering a diploma in 2008 will be part of pilot

  • Will be stand alone

  • Pilot assessments – test, task and portfolio

  • Awarding Bodies exploring a range of new and innovative methods including electronic and on screen


Challenges
Challenges collaboratively

  • Timetables agreement across partnership

  • Accommodation

  • Clear roles of partnerships/Who delivers what?

  • Marketing to parents and students

  • Movement of Students

  • Administration and transfer of information between institutions

  • Work experience

  • Industry qualified staff


Meeting the needs of the learner
Meeting the needs of the learner collaboratively

Key Stage 3 preparation for College Environment – transition

FE Staff trained in dealing with Key stage 4 students – CPD required

Health and Safety

Quality Assurance – monitoring of teaching and learning


The diploma support programme
The Diploma Support Programme collaboratively

Key Strands

  • Nord Anglia

    Training materials, Virtual learning environment, External evaluation

  • SSAT

    CPD, Training coaching programme

  • LSN

    Functional Skills

  • NCSL

    Leadership


Support
Support collaboratively


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