This year, I decided to move to working four days a week, giving me one day to work with different schools, and to explore a diverse range of projects and approaches. This has been enriching, and has given me a wider perspective; I continue to learn a phenomenal amount during my four days as AHT, […]Read more "What is the school for?"
Featured image – Beamish: Living History Museum of the North I recently wrote about the different ways primary schools can build local study into their curriculum, and it seems like there is a real appetite for it. I asked, at the end of it, for people to get in touch if they have their own approaches, […]Read more "How schools can invite heritage and culture into their curriculum"
Summary – It is a good thing that we are talking more about curriculum. This renewed focus is an opportunity for schools to build a curriculum that is challenging, coherent, rich, representative and relevant. One way of doing this is to ensure that, where possible and where it is sensible to do so, links are made to […]Read more "Curriculum and the Primary Humanities (beyond Ofsted)"