Supporting Your Curriculum - 2023/24 SI offer.


MARCH 5TH 2024 | 4.00-5.30PM ONLINE

Following on from the last, this meeting will focus on disciplinary concepts such as cause and consequence and handling evidence. This practical session will give teachers ideas for how to teach each of the concepts featured in NC rubric. JUNE 11TH 2024 | 4.00-5.30PM ONLINE Andrew will act as an agony uncle, giving advice to fictional history leads taking up posts in new schools, one with a very knowledge-rich approach and the other with an old-fashioned creative curriculum model. Teachers will have the opportunity to discuss the challenges that would face a subject leader in each setting and possible solutions to them. BOOKING LINK: BIT.LY/3ZIKPYK

Geography The Geography Subject Networks will be facilitated by Jon Cannell. Jon is the Curriculum Lead at the Geographical Association. Since joining the team in 2016 Jon has developed and led a range of CPD sessions to ITT students, teachers and leaders focusing, amongst other things, on curriculum development, fieldwork, critical thinking and leadership.

Jon has advised and supported schools to develop their geography curriculum to be broad, inclusive and in line with Ofsted’s EIF. Jon leads the Quality Mark process and moderation team, supporting schools to improve the quality of geography teaching and learning through rigorous self-evaluation, reflection, and action planning. He has led on projects funded by the British Council, DfE and DFID.


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