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7 November 2019, Manchester
12 December 2019, London
Designed to support senior and middle leaders with responsibility for curriculum and/or quality assurance, this day will ensure that you are fully up-to-date with the new Ofsted expectations around curriculum and provide you with an opportunity to share ideas with other leaders.
13 November 2019, London
Changes to the Ofsted framework this term have been the most significant yet. Not only has the main focus shifted to the quality of education and, in particular, the curriculum, but the whole inspection process is now completely different to what school have experienced before.
4-5 December 2019, Birmingham
Throughout 2019, we are working with schools, other educational organisations, and cross-sector to make the case for deep social justice: a commitment to ensuring that all students leave school fully prepared to lead fulfilled and purposeful lives.
Karl Robbins, Head of Year 11 at Broadway Academy, describes the strategies identified and implemented to close the gap in disadvantaged students’ GCSE results.
Jon Tait, Deputy Head at Acklam Grange School, highlights the skills, values, experience and qualifications attainable through the school’s services and curriculum.
The DfE’s 2019 Teacher workload survey results found minor improvements in workload, but there is still a long way to go. Diana Whistance-Smith, Content Executive at SSAT, investigates.
Professor Andy Hargreaves posed this question to the Twitter community earlier this week. Discover some of the challenges faced by school leaders around the world and share yours with the SSAT network. SSAT’s Diana Whistance-Smith reports.
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