Our Curriculum Training

Our Curriculum Training

Our Training Offer

We support primary schools, secondary schools, colleges and special schools with their Diversity in the Curriculum training needs.

We deliver face-to-face or virtual INSET and twilight professional learning sessions.

We facilitate core diversifying the curriculum sessions for teachers, trainee teachers and curriculum leaders.

‘Diversity in the Curriculum’

In this session, we deliver an in depth look at practical ways in which you can diversify the curriculum.

The session includes:
  • An overview of the social and moral imperative behind diversity in the curriculum
  • An examination of how diversifying the curriculum can avoid tokenism and align with current ideas in curriculum theory
  • A practical look at how schools can successfully navigate process of diversifying the curriculum
  • An insight into how to evaluate your current curriculum
  • Clear, defined and cross-phase/subject strategies that can be applied in adapting the curriculum.

This training session can be delivered in 60-75 minutes, with time for questions added on.

‘The Power of Stories’

In this session, we will explore how stories shape our social schema.

The session includes:
  • How to navigate the line between realities and the need for representation that creates agency
  • The link between storytelling and empathy
  • How single story narratives can be damaging to our society, with reference to gender, race, LGBT identities and disability
  • Common victim narratives to avoid
  • How we can 'flip the narrative' to balance our narratives
  • How we can counter dominant narratives to form new social landscapes.

In this session, we will explore how stories shape our social schema.

Our clients include:
  • Academy Transformation Trust (ATT)
  • BFI
  • Cedar Mount Academy
  • Cornwall County Council
  • Creative Education Trust
  • David Ross Education Trust
  • DfE English and Humanities Team
  • Discovery Schools Trust
  • Djanogly Learning Trust
  • Gatehouse Green Learning Trust
  • GDST
  • Haringey Education Partnership
  • Kernow Teaching School Alliance
  • Lincoln Anglian Academy Trust
  • Ormiston Academies Trust
  • Pearson Education
  • Pioneer Educational Trust
  • Summit Learning Trust
  • The English and Media Centre
  • TKAT
  • The Mercian Trust
  • Tolworth Girls’ School

Great ideas on changing our curriculum to suit our pupils.

Sam Linton, Head of School, Julian’s Primary

The message of positive representation and not settling for diverse coverage alone but looking through the curriculum from different lenses to ensure it is accurate and factual was positive and empowering.

Andrew Murning, LGFL

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