Evaluating the Impact of Your Curriculum Project
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Evaluating the Impact of Your Curriculum Project

The impact of the curriculum lies in whether students have learnt the things you’ve taught them. How do you know whether pupils know what you think they know? This project is intended for primary and secondary headteachers, senior and subject leaders who want to ensure that all pupils benefit from a good quality of education and optimise their learning and outcomes.

Why does your school need a curriculum project?

Why does your school need a curriculum project?

Schools should carefully plan their curriculum around the children to ensure that they receive a well-rounded, balanced education. Curriculum development expertise is essential for school leaders so that they can develop a school curriculum that incorporates the most important ideas in curriculum theory and the science of learning.

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Teaching a broad and balanced curriculum for education recovery in primary schools: Part 2

The aim of this two part blog is to give an overview of the DfE document ‘Teaching a broad and balanced curriculum for education recovery’ and to put into perspective what this means for provision and delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum in practical terms for early years and primary phases.

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Teaching a broad and balanced curriculum for education recovery in primary schools: Part 1

The aim of this two part blog is to give an overview of the DfE document ‘Teaching a broad and balanced curriculum for education recovery’ and to put into perspective what this means for provision and delivery of a broad and balanced curriculum in practical terms for early years and primary phases.