The Tes curriculum series, part three: What the schools are doing


Schools don’t tend to shout about what they do. While this modest approach is to be applauded for its aversion to – and absence of – ego, it does have its drawbacks: a lot of reinventing the wheel goes on. So, for the final part of our curriculum series, we have asked 16 schools doing interesting and exciting things with their curriculum to find their voice. Not so others can copy them, but so ideas can be shared, others can be inspired, and to show that by working together, we can help every curriculum be the best it can be ​

The Tes curriculum series, part three: what the schools are doing

Jon Hutchinson on knowledge-rich implementation

Rae Snape on putting relationships front and centre

Ruth Luzmore on the transdisciplinary model

Stef Edwards on where knowledge meets experience

Richard Kieran on using Mantle of the Expert

Richard Kueh on vocabulary over skills

Martin Said on expeditionary learning 

Sarah Barker on school-specific design

Andy Brown on building flexibility of outcomes

Amelia Walker on creating a foundation to build off

Shelley McLaren on personalisation 

Ruth Ashbee on substantive and disciplinary knowledge

Michaela Khatib on sequential knowledge

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