Curriculum as a Social Justice

Closing the Attainment Gap

Curriculum as a Social Justice

Tuesday 9th July 2019 | Mercure Southgate Hotel, Exeter

With an increasing focus by OFSTED on the curriculum as a vehicle for minimising inequalities, schools will be particularly aware of the renewed incentive for ensuring their intent for curriculum design is clear and obvious. This masterclass will assist schools in highlighting ways in which social justice is woven within their activities, both curricular and extra-curricular and clarify thinking on how this can be articulated to stakeholders and beyond.

Key Reasons to Attend

Clarify how effective curriculum design improves outcomes for disadvantaged pupils.

Learn from best practice in other schools and settings.

Articulate the thinking behind a curriculum offer.

Who Should Attend?

School Leaders and Governors, Curriculum Leads and PP Leads within schools

About Dr Lee Elliot Major

Lee Elliot Major is Professor of Social Mobility at the University of Exeter and formerly Chief Executive of the Sutton Trust. His Penguin book Social Mobility and Its Enemies has been called “the most accurate & most honest account of this vitally important topic”.

Lee is a trustee of the Education Endowment Foundation, and co-authored the Sutton Trust-EEF toolkit on what works to improve school attainment for disadvantaged pupils – a guide used by school leaders across the world. His next book What Works? will provide best bets for teachers to boost learning in the classroom.

Lee is the first in his family to attend a university. He is a governor at William Ellis School.

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Early bird price: £99+VAT (valid until 24th May 2019)
Full masterclass price: £119+VAT

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Thought provoking and empowering. A really useful starting point for us to review our curriculum

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