AEPA Roundtable: How do we bring the Primary Curriculum back on track?

AEPA’s first roundtable event of this year held on 11th November was led by Tracy Warner, Education Services Director for Primary, exploring the Herts for Learning “Back on Track” approach to the primary curriculum.

About this Event
Six months of disrupted education means many pupils have missed out on crucial areas of learning.

To help schools tackle this challenge and to support teachers so pupils meet at least age-related standards by the end of the 2020-21 academic year, the curriculum needs to be restructured and delivered in a comprehensive way, with DfE guidance stating “Up to and including key stage 3, prioritisation within subjects of the most important components for progression is likely to be more effective than removing subjects”.

This session will have an open discussion on these key areas, using Herts for Learning’s “Back on Track” series of targeted packages across assessment, Early Years, English, mathematics, languages, science and wellbeing as the starting point for what can be done.
The discussion will be led by Tracy Warner, Education Services Director for Primary at Herts for Learning.

This virtual roundtable is open to all and particularly recommended to primary , early years and nursery leaders.

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A recording of the roundtable is available to anyone registered for the event.

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