The new (draft) Curriculum for Wales will be published in April 2019. This development programme will support each school’s ‘professional learning lead’ to understand the key issues that will emerge from the reform. It will also provide a toolkit of resources (workshops and e-learning materials) to the support dissemination of key messages to all school based practitioners.
Part 1 of this programme will be a series of four face-to-face workshops with associated gap tasks, which will take place at the times outlined below
Flexibility between dates/sessions on events EAS18/155, EAS18/156 and EAS18/157 is available. Please contact Business Support at Business.Support@sewaleseas.org.uk for support
• To understand the current landscape of education reform in Wales (Where does Curriculum reform sit in the broader reform agenda?) • To reflect on how International and national policies are influencing the development of the Curriculum for Wales. • To understand how the emerging Curriculum for Wales is being developed by AoLE design teams. • To engage with and reflect on emerging practice in curriculum leadership and approaches to professional learning. • To provide evidenced-based frameworks through which schools can evaluate the development of the curriculum in their schools (professional enquiry).