The inaugural Curriculum Design & Delivery conference will offer a range of school case studies and best practice advice.

The event was due to take place on Friday, July 3, but is set to be pushed back to September in light of the coronavirus pandemic.

Schools across the country are redesigning their curriculum offer in light of significant changes to the Ofsted inspection framework, and a national rejection of narrow curricula and teaching to the test.

Organised by Headteacher Update and SecEd, Curriculum Design & Delivery: Intent, Implementation and Impact will bring together the latest research evidence, best practice and case studies of curriculum design, implementation and evaluation – from an Ofsted viewpoint, but also with the aim of helping schools to develop and deliver a broad and balanced curriculum that helps every student to achieve and find their place in the world.

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