DEVELOPING A CREATIVE CURRICULUM IN A GROWTH MINDSET SCHOOL
The next stage for schools who have had growth mindset training
In this practical workshop, learn how to design and implement a creative curriculum that develops creative, confident and resilient learners. Discover what a creative curriculum looks like, how it develops outstanding learning and fits with the new Ofsted framework. This workshop is full of project ideas for key stages 1-3, with guidance on how to provide feedback and assess project work to deliver progress and mastery of key skills.
IN THIS PRACTICAL WORKSHOP…
- Take growth mindset to the next level and embed a creative curriculum on a whole-school level
- Learn how to put growth mindset at the heart of curriculum planning
- Pick up ideas for self-directed projects that deliver progress in literacy, numeracy and oracy skills
- Take away ideas for homework that inspires children and pushes them outside their comfort zones
- Design and deliver cross-curricular projects hat raise expectations
- Learn how to feedback on and assess project work in line with national measures
The workshop is ideal for your conference or in-school as INSET.
- Project ideas, lesson ideas and resources
- Workshop PowerPoint slides
- An action plan and timeline for embedding your new curriculum
- A hard back copy of GROW – a book on developing a growth mindset
|10:00 WORKSHOP OPENS
|Why a creative curriculum is so important and what it looks like Understanding the wider context and new expectations from Ofsted Brief overview of the mastery curriculum: what is statutory and where can schools build in creativity? What does a creative curriculum look like and how does it develop outstanding learning?
|Putting growth mindset principles at the heart of planning Recapping growth mindset principles and strategies Promoting social and emotional aspects of the curriculum Encouraging pupils to be brave and independent
|Designing and implementing project work Self-directed projects that deliver progress in literacy and numeracy Self-directed projects that develop pupils’ communication skills in line with the new Oracy Skills Framework through project based learning Cross-curricular projects: design and delivery Facilitating effective teamwork and ensuring all children take ownership Homework that inspires children and pushes them out of their comfort zones
|Practical exercises: teachers create project work they can take into the classroom
|Reflection, feedback and assessment of project work Provoking lines of enquiry in a lesson Feedback that helps children develop a growth mindset Marking and assessment: assessing project work in line with national measures
|Embedding a creative curriculum on a whole-school level Winning the hearts and minds of other teachers Building creative curriculum planning and growth mindset strategies into CPD
|Action plan and timeline to embed a creative curriculum at your school
|16:30 Workshop close