Build an Outstanding Curriculum FREE Twilight Workshop
Are your students struggling with the increased demand of the AO2 and AO3 parts of GCSE? Are you considering changing your curriculum to implement a 5-year plan?
Join a Free Twilight Workshop and learn how to put the innovations into practice - in just 2 hours.
The workshop takes you through the design process and walks you through the 5 stages of a coherent teaching sequence.
What you will learn
✔ How to re-align all the elements of your curriculum
✔ How to use the Acquire, Apply, Analyse to better aim at AO1, AO2 and AO3
✔ How to use Engage, Explore, Explain for better conceptual understanding
✔ How to use pre- and diagnostic assessment to make teaching adaptive
There are workshops around England at the end of June and July. Or if there's no convenient venue, sign up for the webinar version.
All workshops run from 4-6pm
Birmingham: Holyhead School
Bristol: Bridge Learning Campus
Cambridge: Impington Village College
Leeds: Guiseley School
London: E Woodford County High School
London: SW Lambeth Academy
Manchester: Walkden High School
Milton Keynes: Walton High - Brooklands
Nottingham: Nottingham Academy
Slough: Lynch Hill Enterprise Academy
Webinar: online, 7pm
Kickstart Workshops will be led by Tony Sherborne and the Mastery Science team, who designed the KS3 Science Syllabus and the 5-year plan with AQA.
I attended your workshop and thought it was brilliant. Excellent resources to help ensure mastery of science. We have a lot of work to do!
An extremely thought provoking course, for rethinking priorities in teaching science and the possibility of creating more 'space' in the curriculum.
An inspiring day with so many ideas. I definitely plan to make a start and make changes.
I really enjoyed this philosophy on education; really made me think. I will be changing the way I do things.
Great concept ideas: I will be suggesting these to my HoD and using Big Ideas. Thanks for a very good learning experience.
A really helpful course and lots of great ideas to start implementing.
Very useful and relevant. Likely to make an immediate impact on planning for lessons.
Fabulous day – I’ve got a lot from it. Lots of good ideas and discussions.
Great to have topic/syllabus drawn up as I’ve been battling this in my own rewrite from scratch.