This seminar teaches you the two essential ingredients for a really great sensory story and shows you their application for learners of all ages and abilities. Sensory stories are super inclusive and can be spectacularly ambitious.
In this session we will share the findings of this research. We will discuss the opportunities and challenges we have faced and the impact this work has had on both the learners in the classroom and the educators involved.
This seminar will argue that it lacks key elements of a truly useful and valuable education. Will Ord will suggest practical ways to support school leaders and teachers convert a knowledge rich curriculum into a wisdom rich curriculum.
From English through to science, art through to PSHE, this presentation will give practical demonstrations to take educators through apps, sites and projects which can easily be delivered to enhance pupils’ learning.
With humour and common sense, Spoken word superstar Rhythmical Mike and ‘Forget School’ author, Martin Illingworth provide an insight into the ways that school could become more useful in supporting young people as they enter the rapidly changing world of the twenty-first century.
How do we ensure that our pupils have the prerequisite knowledge and skills needed to access each topic in our school curricula? In this session, Lucy will draw on the successes and failures of curricula implementation in other countries to bring insights on how we can plan for curriculum coherence at a cluster level in Wales.