Planning, Sequencing and Teaching an Effective Subject Curriculum

Programme aim: To support teachers and school leaders to use the best available evidence to ensure a high-quality curriculum.

Who is this for: Primary and secondary teachers who have a role in developing curriculum for the phase and/or subject area

This series of four twilights has been designed for the Teaching School Hub by Huntington Research School to support schools to plan a high-quality curriculum. Delivered by primary and secondary specialists, it will explore the sequencing and development of knowledge, a range of cognitive and metacognitive strategies to support learning and the effective use of assessment. Participants will be supported to confidently develop and implement their subject curriculum using evidence summaries from the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF) and other reliable sources of evidence. There will be opportunities to work in primary and secondary specific groups, with optional follow-on subject specific networks.

Facilitators:
Jane Elsworth: Deputy Headteacher, Huntington School and Director of Huntington Research School
Jane is an experienced secondary phase senior leader and teacher of Geography, with a wide range of experience in supporting schools to use evidence across Yorkshire. She has been involved in the Research School Network since its inception in 2016 and has been Director of Huntington Research School for the last two years.

Rob Newton: Associate Strategic Director – Primary and Early Years
Rob is an experienced primary phase senior leader, local authority advisor and more recently Acting Headteacher at a small community infant and nursery school.