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Hot Topic: From child to curriculum - exploring the importance of personal development and cultural capital in the design of a bespoke provision

Event code SCH 20/031 
Event description Credit worthy - Led by Improvement Advisors, these sessions are an opportunity for Headteachers, DHTs, Senior Leadership and Governors to come together 3 times across the year to receive training/input on the latest national & local developments and initiatives.

To support the development of a unique curriculum based on the needs of the pupils in your school. 
Training objectives To support your curriculum design through:
- developing a shared understanding of cultural capital
- exploring opportunities for character development, keeping mentally healthy and developing responsible citizens
- ensuring that the curriculum is fully inclusive and provides equality of opportunity
- sharing good practice
- auditing current provision 
Key stages
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Subject areas Leadership & Management
Target audience
Deputy Head / Designated Safeguarding Lead (DSL) / Headteacher / Leadership Team
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Qualification level
MIDAS Centre - Meadowfield School, Meadowfield School, Swanstree Avenue, Sittingbourne, Kent, ME10 4NL map
Location Swale
Training Provider The Education People - Standards and School Improvement Primary
Admin contact Joanne Hawker (
Karen Claxton
Part of SLA? No
Kent LA cost
Other LA/Academy cost
Independent/PVI cost
Number of credits 10
Funding information Cost of course - £100.00 or 10 School Improvement SLA credits.

£10.00 will be added to the cost of SCH 20/022 if delegates attend both the AM and PM sessions.

20% VAT will be added at the point of invoice

This event is not part of the Governor Services training package and will be a monetary cost to the school. Governors will need authorisation from the school for the event fee.
Start date Wednesday 5 February 2020
Times 13:15-15:15
Number of sessions 1