Supporting Your Curriculum - 2023/24 SI offer.


NEW ARRIVAL For each subject there will be three subject network meetings over the course of the year. The networks will give curriculum leaders an opportunity to keep abreast of current thinking and share good practice. Our providers will focus on both disciplinary and substantive knowledge. There will be a mixture of online and face-to-face delivery, giving you a chance to have a more hands on approach. SUBJECT NETWORKS - £150 PER YEAR

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. History The History Subject Networks will be facilitated by Andrew Wrenn. Andrew is a freelance History Education Consultant, a former trustee of the Historical Association and a national assessor for the Primary History Quality Mark Award. He is an experienced teacher, trainer and writer, a former local authority advisor for History and offers training to primary schools both nationally and at local level.

Andrew has written materials for the BBC, Pearson, HarperCollins, and the Oxford and Cambridge University Presses and has lead training abroad in France, the Baltic states, Nigeria and Oman. He wrote the recent Birmingham Civic History resources for schools to coincide with the Commonwealth Games.

NOVEMBER 7TH 2023 | 2.00-4.00PM IN-PERSON

This meeting will focus on an overarching concept of substantive knowledge , i.e. Empire. It will demonstrate examples of planning that can build pupil’s understanding of the concept over the key stages, showing how they can be helped to know more and remember more of this aspect of the primary history curriculum.


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