A free two-hour introductory course to help teachers make sense of the new curriculum.
Curriculum 2022: What does it look like? What does it mean to me and my school? What are we currently doing? What will we need to do in the future?
What do the four purposes mean?
How can we develop learning through the What matters statements?
How will the descriptions of learning impact on teaching?
What do we think about the 12 pedagogical principles?
Available to book as a group of 5-10 teachers. Contact us to book your session.
A suite of high quality professional learning to ensure you maintain a consistent focus on supporting learners in realising the four purposes.
Our suite of modules will help schools and settings create a culture which encourages practitioners to develop a deep understanding of learner-centred learning, effective pedagogies, quality ongoing assessment and best-practise planning.
Each of the modules:
consists of two sessions (2 hours and 1 hour) with a practitioner enquiry between them
is delivered through Microsoft Teams by an experienced facilitator
is collaborative and interactive.
Details of each module can be found below.
Cost per module is £120 + VAT per person. Available to book as a group of 5-10 teachers or follow us on Twitter @TLC_Consultancy for details on dates for individual bookings.
Contact us to book your session.
How to engage all learners through meaningful experiences in authentic contexts, focusing on critical and creative thinking.
If we consistently engage learners with real-life contexts and allow them to make decisions, manage time and resources, adapt and innovate; then our learners will become ambitious and confident with greater self-esteem.
How to foster curiosity through learner-initiated experiences focusing on big ideas.
If we give space for our learners to be curious and inquisitive, support them to ask meaningful questions and make effective questioning a hallmark of our teaching; then our learners will improve ownership of their learning, increasing motivation and resilience to become more creative.
How to design and develop holistic assessments and use them for purposeful planning and learner engagement.
If we embed assessment into our everyday practice in a way that engages learners, makes it indistinguishable from learning and support learners to negotiate their next steps; then our learners will be better prepared to reflect on their learning journey and develop resilience and personal responsibility.
How to develop your curriculum ideas into workable plans which will involve investigation, processing, creating, and communicating learning.
If learning experiences are purposeful and personally effective with planning, organisation, critical and creative thinking at their centre; then we will support all learners to be better informed and responsible with empathy and ethical purpose.
How to develop learners’ ability to plan, monitor and evaluate their own learning and how metacognition can improve learners’ thinking, enhance learning and develop self-knowledge.
If we regularly make learners’ thinking and learning visible whilst giving them strategies and opportunities to plan, monitor and reflect; then they will uncover the learning process, and build their self-confidence, motivation and independence.