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A big picture of the curriculum. Three key questions. 1 What are we trying to achieve?. 2 How do we organise learning?. 3 How well are we achieving our aims?. Three key questions. 1 What are we trying to achieve?. Attainment and improved standards. Behaviour

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slide2

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

2

How

do we

organise learning?

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

slide3

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Further involvement

in education, employment

or training

Civic

participation

Healthy

lifestyle choices

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

To secure

Accountability measures

slide4

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

2

How

do we

organise learning?

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

To secure

Accountability measures

slide5

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Every Child Matters

Be healthy

Stay safe

Enjoy and achieve

Make a positive contribution

Achieve economic

wellbeing

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

slide6

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

2

How

do we

organise learning?

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Curriculum aims

Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic wellbeing

Every Child

Matters outcomes

To secure

Accountability measures

slide7

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Attitudes

and attributes

eg determined, adaptable, confident,

risk-taking,

enterprising

Skills

eg literacy, numeracy, ICT, personal,

learning and thinking skills

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Knowledge and understanding

eg big ideas that

shape the world

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Focus for learning

slide8

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

Skills

eg literacy, numeracy, ICT, personal,

learning and thinking skills

Knowledge and understanding

eg big ideas that shape the world

Attitudes and attributes

eg determined, adaptable, confident,

risk-taking, enterprising

2

How

do we

organise learning?

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Curriculum aims

Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic wellbeing

Every Child

Matters outcomes

Focus for learning

To secure

Accountability measures

slide9

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Environment

Events

Extended hours

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Lessons

Locations

Out of school

Routines

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

The curriculum as an entire planned learning experience

underpinned by a broad set of common values and purposes

Components

slide10

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

A range of

approaches

eg enquiry, active learning, practical

and constructive

In tune with human development

Matching time to learning need

eg deep, immersive

and regular frequent learning

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Building on learning beyond the school including community

and business links

Using a range

of audience and

purpose

Opportunities for

spiritual, moral, social, cultural, emotional, intellectual and

physical development

Including all learners with opportunities

for learner choice and personalisation

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

The curriculum as an entire planned learning experience

underpinned by a broad set of common values and purposes

Learning approaches

slide11

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

Skills

eg literacy, numeracy, ICT, personal,

learning and thinking skills

Knowledge and understanding

eg big ideas that shape the world

Attitudes and attributes

eg determined, adaptable, confident,

risk-taking, enterprising

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Lessons

Locations

Environment

Events

Routines

Extended hours

Out of school

A range of approaches eg enquiry, active learning, practical and constructive

In tune with human development

Matching time to learning need, eg deep, immersive and regular frequent learning

Opportunities for spiritual, moral, social, cultural, emotional, intellectual and physical development

Using a range of audience and purpose

Including all learners with opportunities

for learner choice and personalisation

Building on learning beyond the school including community and business links

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Curriculum aims

Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic wellbeing

Every Child

Matters outcomes

Focus for learning

Components

Learning approaches

To secure

Accountability measures

slide12

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Identity and

cultural diversity

Healthy lifestyles

Community

participation

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Global dimension and sustainable

development

Enterprise

Technology and

the media

Creativity and

critical thinking

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

The curriculum as an entire planned learning experience

underpinned by a broad set of common values and purposes

Whole curriculum dimensions

slide13

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

Skills

eg literacy, numeracy, ICT, personal,

learning and thinking skills

Knowledge and understanding

eg big ideas that shape the world

Attitudes and attributes

eg determined, adaptable, confident,

risk-taking, enterprising

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Lessons

Locations

Environment

Events

Routines

Extended hours

Out of school

A range of approaches eg enquiry, active learning, practical and constructive

In tune with human development

Matching time to learning need eg deep, immersive and regular frequent learning

Opportunities for spiritual, moral, social, cultural, emotional, intellectual and physical development

Using a range of audience and purpose

Including all learners with opportunities

for learner choice and personalisation

Building on learning beyond the school including community and business links

Communication,

language and literacy

Creative

development

Knowledge and

understanding of the world

Mathematical development

Personal, social and

emotional development

Physical development

A & D

Ci

D & T

En

Ge

Hi

ICT

Ma

MFL

Mu

PE

PSHE

PW EW+FC

RE

SC

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Curriculum aims

Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic wellbeing

Every Child

Matters outcomes

Focus for learning

The curriculum as an entire planned learning experience underpinned by a broad set of common values and purposes

Components

Learning approaches

Overarching themes that have a significance for individuals and society, and provide relevant learning contexts:

Identity and cultural diversity - Healthy lifestyles - Community participation – Enterprise - Global dimension and sustainable development -

Technology and the media - Creativity and critical thinking.

Whole curriculum dimensions

Statutory expectations

To secure

Accountability measures

slide14

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

Is integral to

effective teaching

and learning

Draws on a wide

range of evidence

of pupils’ learning

Promotes

a broad and engaging

curriculum

2

How

do we

organise learning?

Maximises

pupils’ progress

Gives helpful feedback for the learner and other

stakeholders

Helps identify

clear targets for improvement

Links to national standards which

are consistently interpreted

Informs

future planning

and teaching

Uses tests

and tasks

appropriately

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

Embraces

peer- and self-

assessment

Assessment fit for purpose

To make learning and teaching more effective so that learners understand quality and how to improve

slide15

Successful learners

who enjoy learning, make progress and achieve

Confident individuals

who are able to lead safe, healthy and fulfilling lives

Responsible citizens

who make a positive contribution to society

Skills

eg literacy, numeracy, ICT, personal,

learning and thinking skills

Knowledge and understanding

eg big ideas that shape the world

Attitudes and attributes

eg determined, adaptable, confident,

risk-taking, enterprising

Lessons

Locations

Environment

Events

Routines

Extended hours

Out of school

A range of approaches eg enquiry, active learning, practical and constructive

In tune with human development

Matching time to learning need eg deep, immersive and regular frequent learning

Opportunities for spiritual, moral, social, cultural, emotional, intellectual and physical development

Using a range of audience and purpose

Including all learners with opportunities

for learner choice and personalisation

Building on learning beyond the school including community and business links

Communication,

language and literacy

Creative

development

Knowledge and

understanding of the world

Mathematical development

Personal, social and

emotional development

Physical development

A & D

Ci

D & T

En

Ge

Hi

ICT

Ma

MFL

Mu

PE

PSHE

PW EW+FC

RE

SC

Promotes a broad and engaging curriculum

Maximises pupils’ progress

Helps identify clear targets for improvement

Links to national standards which are consistently interpreted

Uses tests and tasks appropriately

Embraces peer- and self-assessment

Draws on a wide range of evidence of pupils’ learning

Gives helpful feedback for the learner and other stakeholders

Informs future planning and teaching

Is integral to effective teaching and learning

Civic

participation

Healthy lifestyle

choices

Further involvement in education, employment or training

Attainment and

improved standards

Behaviour

and attendance

Three key questions

1

What

are we trying

to achieve?

The curriculum aims to enable all young people to become

Curriculum aims

Be healthy Stay safe Enjoy and achieve Make a positive contribution Achieve economic wellbeing

Every Child

Matters outcomes

Focus for learning

2

How

do we

organise learning?

The curriculum as an entire planned learning experience underpinned by a broad set of common values and purposes

Components

Learning approaches

Overarching themes that have a significance for individuals and society, and provide relevant learning contexts:

Identity and cultural diversity - Healthy lifestyles – Community participation – Enterprise – Global dimension and sustainable development –

Technology and the media – Creativity and critical thinking.

Whole curriculum dimensions

Statutory expectations

3

How well

are we achieving

our aims?

To make learning and teaching more effective so that learners understand quality and how to improve

Assessment

fit for purpose

To secure

Accountability measures