Sunday, 22 June 2014

Primary Quality Mark and Curriculum 2014

For the last few years, I've been part of a team which has moderated applications for the Geographical Association's Primary Geography Quality Mark.

This is a great privilege as I am able to see some great practice from schools around the country. I'm currently reading through my batch of portfolios and writing my reports which will then be discussed on the moderation day next Friday.
There are some really nice ideas and work from enthusiastic teachers and students.

If you're in London on the 3rd of July, there's a useful event that you could come to.

This is the final of a series of events aimed at preparing Primary teachers for the changes to the Primary Curriculum.



The event at the Kia Oval is described in the link.
There are workshops for each of the main subjects provided by subject associations.
There's also a Keynote address by Professor Robin Alexander

Workshops
English and Foreign Languages: UK Literacy Association (UKLA) and the Association for 
Language Learning (ALL)
Maths and Computing: Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) and 
the National Association of Advisors for Computers in Education (NAACE) 
Art & Design and Music: National Society for Education in Art and Design (NSEAD) and The UK Association for Music Education (Music Mark)
D&T and Science: The Design and Technology Association (DATA) and The Association for Science Education (ASE)
History and Geography: The Historical Association (HA) and The Geographical 
Association (GA)
Physical Education & Local Curriculum: Association for Physical Education (AfPE) and Venue/
Community Curriculum

Come along and work and meet up with Dr. Paula Owens and myself...

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