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NPQML (Online Year 5) Session 2 – Teaching and Curriculum Excellence
14th July 2021 @ 9:00 am - 12:00 pm BST
Through this session you will learn how to:
- Grow excellent, evidence-based teaching in a team, under-pinned by a high-quality curriculum that develops pupils academically and prepares them for adult life, and reflecting the Ofsted education inspection handbook and the Early Career Framework
- Improve the progress, attainment and behaviour of all pupils, including those who are disadvantaged or have particular needs (for example, Pupil Premium, SEND, EAL or the most able pupils).
- Research into, and examples of, domestic and international teaching strategies, curriculum design, and pedagogical approaches with a proven impact (for example, the EEF evidence base on the effective use of Phonics or Mastery teaching and the Early Career Framework);
- Research into, and examples of, different models of pupil assessment, including their use to set challenging targets, monitor progress and raise standards for all pupils, including those working below the national curriculum;
- The Ofsted School inspection handbook, particularly in relation to the quality of education, curriculum planning, marking, feedback and pupil performance data, together with the DfE reports from the marking, planning and data management review groups, and the Workload Advisory Group
- The benefits, characteristics and examples of high-quality curriculum programmes (for example, a mastery-based maths curriculum, or knowledge-rich history curriculum);
- Research into, and examples of, interventions targeted at improving the progress/attainment of disadvantaged groups or those with particular needs, drawn from a range of schools (for example, the EEF’s teaching and learning toolkit) and EEF’s Putting Evidence to Work – A School’s Guide to Implementation
- The Early Career Framework
- Research into, and examples of, the use of specialist provision for pupils with particular needs, drawn from a range of schools;
- The graduated approach to supporting SEND pupils, as set out in the SEND Code of Practice.