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Curriculum for Excellence Scotland Conference– A Capita Conference taking place on the 26th March 2014


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Curriculum for Excellence Scotland Curriculum for Excellence Scotland

Curriculum for Excellence Scotland
Wednesday 26th March 2014 – Edinburgh

About the event:
Our Curriculum for Excellence Scotland Conference brings together award winning schools and local authorities delivering innovative and creative approaches to Curriculum for Excellence. With the introduction of new qualifications designed to meet the needs of learners and to reflect Curriculum for Excellence, this conference is designed to help you develop your curriculum to meet the requirements of the new assessments.

With a strong focus on the four capacities, attend to hear leading practitioners cover key topics including, approaches to using different curriculum models, effective inter-disciplinary working and tracking and measuring pupil progress. Do not miss the opportunity to hear expert advice and guidance on how to build on your current delivery of Curriculum for Excellence and share different approaches on further implementation in your area.

Expert speakers Include:
• Professor Mark Priestley, Director of Postgraduate Research and Leader of Curriculum and Pedagogy Research Programme, University of Stirling
• David Leng, Head of Education, Stirling and Clackmannanshire Councils
• Lesley Watson, Headteacher, Moffat Academy
• Martin Collins, Partnership Manager, Employment and Skills Partnership, Glasgow City Council

Benefits of Attending:
• Take part in an interactive panel discussion looking at different curriculum models and approaches to delivering Curriculum for Excellence
• Hear the approach an excellent school is taking in mapping student experiences and outcomes and evaluating effective practice
• Gain insight from an award winning school on their flexible approach to delivering cross-curricula learning across the school
• Examine ways of tailoring opportunities for students to improve personal skills and workplace attributes through linking with local employers
• Explore ways of delivering an inclusive curriculum that engages with all students and provides tailored opportunities
• Understand different approaches to preparing your pupils for the new qualifications and assessments

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