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Secondary Curriculum Reform


Published by Naomi Wood for Capita Conferences in Education

A One Day National Conference

Secondary Curriculum Reform

Thursday 26th June 2014 – Central London

The introduction of a new curriculum and new assessments makes it vital to ensure that schools create a flexible and innovative curricular that will enable all students to succeed. With the inclusion of keynotes from the Department for Education and the National Association of Head Teachers, Capita’s Secondary Curriculum Reform will offer strategic guidance on designing, implementing and evaluating the new curriculum.

Strategic input from the Department of Education and innovative schools looking ahead to the new curriculum will allow attendees to gain the essential knowledge on succeeding within the new streamlined programmes of study and assessment models. As well as offering the opportunity to network with the decision makers in the industry, the Secondary Curriculum Reform will; offer delegates a greater understanding of the of the curriculum reforms, an insight into the importance of strong leadership in the implementation of the new curriculum, how to effectively communicate changes to staff and how to offer choice to students while still meeting the new accountability measures.

Expert speakers:

  • Keynote Address: Jim Magee, Assistant Director National Curriculum Review Division, Department For Education
  • Keynote Address: Sion Humphreys, Assistant Secretary and Policy Advisor, Curriculum, National Association of Head Teachers
  • Chair: Anita Johnson, Headteacher, Loxford School of Science and Technology
  • Matthew Jones, Assistant Head teacher, Wildern School
  • Dan Copeman, Head of Computing, Business Studies and Economics, George Spencer Academy

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