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Learning Without Lessons

Course Details

The new National Curriculum has a core principle: children should study fewer things in greater depth. However, it doesn’t feel that way, especially when looking at the maths and English curricula. The programmes of study run into thousands of aspects, leaving many asking, ‘How do we even get through the content, never mind going deep?

Course participants will discover how:
Continuous provision in primary classrooms can be curated to provide ongoing opportunities for children to learn.
Conscious connections can be crafted so that several aspects of the curriculum can be learned at the same time.
Longitudinal learning can be designed to allow children to ‘take their time’ to learn the things that matter.

Chris will show you how learning can thrive and teachers can survive the demands of the curriculum without having to deliver every aspect as a lesson...
Course Date Wed 24 May
Duration 10:00 - 15:30
Location Wakefield
Venue Address YPO, 41 Industrial Park, Wakefield, WF2 0XE
Target Audience Headteachers, SMT and primary classroom teachers.
Lunch 12:30 - 13:15
Price £129
Voucher Value £100

Course Tutor

Chris Quigley has a vast experience of primary education. He has been a primary school head teacher, an Ofsted Inspector and a trainer
of inspectors. He is described by Ofsted as an ‘outstanding leader with exceptional vision’. Chris is best known for his breakthrough work on The Skills Based Curriculum, Key Skills and in helping schools make the move from good to great. He runs conferences focusing on curriculum, teaching and leadership of learning. Chris is also a successful author in the UK and internationally. His most recent publications include: ‘Essentials: full spectrum curriculum’, ‘Learning Lenses: Lesson Observation Guide’ and ‘Key Indicators of Progress’.