Rethinking Curriculum: Pilot primaries sought

Five primary schools willing to “rethink their curriculum” are being sought to take part in a pilot project to co-design teaching resources to support curriculum development.

The Chartered College of Teaching and the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy are seeking to bring together teachers, school leaders and experts to co-design a curriculum that “will meet the needs, interests and contexts of the children and communities they serve”.

A key goal of the Rethinking Curriculum project is to equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to plan and implement curriculum development.

It is no small undertaking – the five schools will be asked to join the project for a pilot year, with each school designing and piloting curriculum development resources based on principles, values and areas chosen by them.

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