Welcoming Ofsted’s Heather Fearn and Professor Becky Allen, Chief Analyst and Co-founder of Teacher Tapp
Date: Friday 15th February 2019
Time: 8.30 – 15:30
Venue: Cloth Hall Court, LS1 2HA
Cost: £150 for SLA schools, £175 for Non SLA schools. *
Any additional delegates will also receive a £50 reduction, i.e. £100 for SLA schools, and £125 for NON SLA.
Further information and booking: http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/85236 (Primary) or http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Event/85071 (Secondary)
*Learning Improvement have subsidised the cost in order for school leaders, senior leaders, subject leaders and governors to hear these critical messages.
On Tuesday 4th December 2018, the HMCI Annual Report highlighted:
“The framework will reward nurseries, schools and colleges that are doing the right thing by their children and learners, particularly the disadvantaged, and providing a rigorous education to all. It will move the focus of leadership away from progress data, arbitrary tracking of pupils’ scores and all the workload that those create for staff, and instead will allow teachers to get on with their core role: designing the curriculum, sequencing knowledge, ensuring mastery and improving learning: in short, teaching pupils and making sure they learn the right things.”
Our aim is to address these areas throughout the day. Heather will outline what Ofsted understands to be a high quality curriculum and will give further details on what the quality of education judgement might look like in the new framework. In addition, Becky will inspire leaders with her research and experience chairing the DfE’s teacher work load advisory group and identify how they can make better decision in schools. The day will also consist of inspirational workshops from local and regional schools who will share their strategic insights and experiences into curriculum development.