Leading Curriculum Change is a package of support designed to help you and your team review, design and evaluate the impact on pupil outcomes of your new curriculum. It combines your vision and knowledge of your school with a tried and tested process of disciplined innovation. You have ownership of your professional learning. You decide where and when to begin the process. We work with you to lead and support throughout. We encourage a sense of openness to experimenting and and risk-taking. We ensure that the focus of change is on effective outcomes for pupils and staff.
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Have you wondered 'Why are we doing this? What difference is it making to our children?' Then the Leading Curriculum Change process is for you. It is a practical approach that ensures your whole curriculum meets the needs and wants of children, staff, parents, governors and other key groups. Your time and energy are used effectively to review your curriculum and design a refreshed one based on evidence from your pupils and community. You will know that your decisions to keep or change components of your whole curriculum have a solid basis that will satisfy any interested body.
Ofsted 2012 Leadership and Management looks for evidence of engaging parents in decisions about your school's curriculum. The Leading Curriculum Change process provides practical ways of involving parents and other key groups in your vision for learning and the whole curriculum.
Ofsted 2012 Leadership and Management looks for evidence of engaging pupils in decisions about your school's curriculum. The Leading Curriculum Change process provides practical ways of involving pupils and other key groups in your vision for learning and the whole curriculum.
Your school's whole curriculum is the day to day experience for children and adults of your vision for Teaching and Learning. The Leading Curriculum Change process enables you to check that what your pupils and staff see and get is what you intended. You use the Change process to review, design and evaluate your whole curriculum and its impact on teaching and learning.