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National Curriculum Reform Conference + Embedding ICT in the Curriculum Briefing Announced – 29-30 April 2013, Central London

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National Curriculum Reform Conference + Embedding ICT in the Curriculum Briefing Announced – 29-30 April 2013, Central London

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Published by Naomi Wood for Capita Conferences in Education and also in Local Government

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Curriculum Reform Conference
Monday 29th April 2013, Central London

Plus half day briefing:
Embedding ICT in the Curriculum
Tuesday 30th April 2013, Central London

Chaired by: Roy Blatchford, Director, National Education Trust

Speakers Include:

  • Senior Representative, National Curriculum Review Division, Department for Education
  • David Turrell CBE, Executive Headteacher, Sir Bernard Lovell School
  • Ian Davidson, Assistant Headteacher, Balcarras School
  • Kate Atkins, Head of School, Rosendale Primary School
  • Mandi Collins, Vice-Principal, Thomas Estley Community College

As greater focus is placed on raising standards in literacy, numeracy and science, and with a stronger emphasis on curriculum creativity and flexibility, our National Curriculum Reform Conference is designed to prepare delegates for the delivery of the new curriculum in 2014.

Timed to coincide with the further release of draft Programmes of Study, this conference focuses on establishing a curriculum accessible to all students and ensuring a smooth transition between key stages and from primary to secondary school.

Half day briefing:
Embedding ICT in the Curriculum
Tuesday 30th April 2013, Central London

Chaired by: Professor Diana Laurillard, Chair of Learning with Digital Technologies, Institute of Education, University of London

With the removal of the legal requirement to adhere to the ICT National Curriculum of Study, this half-day briefing examines effective strategies of enabling accessibility to subjects for all learners through innovative ICT approaches.

More information: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/public-sector-conferences/education/full-conferences/article/curriculum-reform-conference-1.html?code=SMMK

Download Brochure: http://www.capitaconferences.co.uk/pdfgen.html?filename=Curriculum_Reform_Apr_13.pdf&code=SMMK

Contact: Naomi Wood on naomi.wood@capita.co.uk

 

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