We are holding our Curriculum Architecture Conference on Tuesday 1st October.
Nearly 100 people will be in attendance including headteachers, teachers, pupils, elected members, employers, parents, unions, and reps for further and higher education.
The main part of the day will be given over to discussing the attached document. Mixed groups of ten will work their way through the 37 statements and engaging in a dialogue about each. The opinions of those at the table will be recorded and used to shape the eventual policy.
Here’s an example of some of the statements:
Choice and personalisation
- Schools should ensure that there is more choice within subjects
- Pupils should be encouraged to co-create their curriculum with their teachers.
- The school should advocate for those children whose parents who are not willing or able to advocate on their behalf.
Pupils should be involved in the design of the curriculum for their school.