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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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14-19 The Big Picture Di [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

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

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

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

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

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?

  • 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?

“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

  • 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

  • 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

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

Key Strands

  • Nord Anglia

    Training materials, Virtual learning environment, External evaluation

  • SSAT

    CPD, Training coaching programme

  • LSN

    Functional Skills

  • NCSL

    Leadership


Support

  • www.dfes.gov.uk/14-19

  • www.qca.org.uk

  • [email protected]

  • www.ssatrust.org.uk/14-19

  • [email protected]


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