From Intent to Impact; Planning in Foundation Subjects for the New Ofsted Framework (Focus on History)
- 25th May 2021
- Leadership, Teaching & Learning, Curriculum
- Lunch Included
- Refreshments Included
- From £50.00
"From Intent to Impact: Planning in foundation subjects taking in to account the new OFSTED framework (focus on history)
The "Quality of Education" component in the new OFSTED inspection framework gives unprecedented attention to the role of foundation subjects in the delivery of an ambitious primary curriculum.
Deep dives during an OFSTED visit examine in close detail how subject ;leaders are meeting the requirements for intent, implementation and impact. These practical webinars will use Primary History as an example, to show how foundation subjects can overhaul planning to develop knowledge-rich content but which retains a creative and original impact on children"
£50 per person per session or £120 per person if you attend all 3.
Session One Deciding on your Intent 25th May 2021
This webinar looks at how the OFSTED framework defines intent, what it looks for in a knowledge-rich primary history curriculum as a whole and how a curriculum can be shaped to take in to account the particular needs of local pupils and the communities they come from.
Session Two Implementation - Planning for success 10th June 2021
This webinar focuses on how schools can plan effectively for pupils to acquire content knowledge and revisit major subject concepts over time on the basis of a spiral curriculum. It will also show how to use pupil voice to inform planning and demonstrate how well-structured medium term plans reinforce prior knowledge and act as a spring board for future learning.
Session Three - Balancing Rigor and Creativity in Impact - A Deep Dive case study 8th July 2021
This webinar looks in detail at a recent Deep Dive in Primary History where a primary school came well out of the process, winning praise for how pupils acquired knowledge while retaining an enquiry-based approach to teaching and a strong enrichment programme . It will consider what can be learned from this example and applied to other school settings.
This practical course will use Primary History as an example to show how foundation subject leaders can overhaul planning effectively to develop knowledge-rich content but which retains a creative and inspirational impact on children.
Andrew Wrenn is an independent education consultant who was formerly history advisor for the Cambridgeshire County Council. He is the author of several cross-curricular, citizenship and history resources for primary and secondary pupils. He also serves as a trustee of the Historical Association.