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Capita announce their Primary Curriculum Reform Conference


Published by Matthew Simpson for Capita Conferences in Education

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Primary Curriculum Reform Conference - Wednesday 30th June 2014

Location – Central London

Please quote Booking Source Code SM24 when booking online

With the delivery of the new primary curriculum commencing in September 2014, our Primary Curriculum Reform Conference is designed to assist delegates in implementing the key elements of the new curriculum and showcases practical examples of delivering innovative and flexible learning across subjects.

Bringing together the Department for Education and innovative schools that have been testing different models of curriculum development, this event draws upon their learning so far and addresses the requirements of the new curriculum, including engaging with staff and pupils and preparing for assessment.


  • Keynote: Jim Magee, Assistant Director, Curriculum and Qualifications Delivery Unit, Department for Education
  • Chair: Andrew Carter OBE, Headteacher, South Farnham School
  • Dr Nicholas Capstick, Chief Executive, The White Horse Federation
  • Anne-Marie Strachan, Headteacher, Good Shepherd Catholic Primary and Nursery School
  • Yasemin Allsop, ICT Coordinator, Wilbury Primary School
  • Marina Dixon, Primary Partnership Adviser, Suffolk County Council
  • Sheila Walmsley, Headteacher, Blacklow Brow Primary School

Benefits of Attending

  • Hear from the Department for Education on the introduction of all programmes of study by September 2015 and learning so far in the delivery of the new curriculum
  • Explore how one school is investing in new technologies and the training of staff in delivering a computing curriculum
  • Examine the approach of an outstanding school in designing the new curriculum and their lessons learned from its implementation so far
  • Understand how to balance the requirements of the new curriculum with a creative approach
  • Take away guidance on successful transitions from EYFS to key stage 1, from primary to secondary school and when and how to assess to track pupil progress

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