• Which parts of the National Curriculum could we help pupils to learn through continuous provision?
• How can we make this rigorous, manageable and inspiring?
Why is this course relevant or important?
• A mastery curriculum means that pupils repeat content many times, gradually deepening their understanding of the concepts and ideas.
• There’s so much in the curriculum that it’s really difﬁcult to even cover the breadth, never mind improve pupils’ depth.
• Curriculum design needs to reﬂect the nature of a mastery curriculum.
This course will advance your understanding of:
• How continuous provision can be used to improve pupil‘s depth of understanding in all areas of the curriculum.
• Age-appropriate continuous provision for Years 1 to 6.
• Lesson and weekly structures to allow for continuous provision.
• The nature of mastery learning.
Take away from the course:
• Continuous Provision ideas designed to improve pupils’ outcomes in:
• Mathematics • Geography • History • Design Technology • Art • Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• Geography • History • Design Technology • Art • Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• History • Design Technology • Art • Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• Design Technology • Art • Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• Art • Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• Science • Music • Ideas to help you
• Music • Ideas to help you
• Ideas to help you organise the classroom and plan continuous provision with rigor.
Head Teachers, Curriculum Leaders, Senior Leaders, Teachers
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Free for subscription members. £135+ VAT per delegate for all other schools
Cancellation: 10 working days’ notice of cancellation is required. Any delegates failing to attend without canceling will incur a £40 cancellation fee in addition to the course fee.