Being an Effective Geography Co-ordinator

Date

Wed, 14th March, 2018

Time

9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Location

St William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich

Ref. Number

PB/1718/Ge/200

Price

£0.00

Description

ABOUT THE COURSE

This training day will look at how Geography can be delivered effectively across your school, considering curriculum, quality assurance, progression and assessment. It will help you develop confidence in your role as subject co-ordinator, while letting you network with others in the same role.

Participants will:

• Reflect on the National Curriculum for Geography, its main features and what the ‘paper’ curriculum looks like in practice

• Explore how the subject is taught in your school, and how to make effective cross-curricular links that include explicit Geography

• Develop cohesive and manageable curriculum long-term planning that allows pupils to progress

• Develop approaches to assessing children’s progress, embracing breadth, depth, knowledge and skills

• Consider effective ways of supporting your colleagues

• Find out about effective and low-cost support and resourcing

• Look at quality assurance, including Ofsted subject guidance and the Primary Geography Quality Mark

£160 for 1 place, £300 for 2 places

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Course name:

Being an Effective Geography Co-ordinator

Ref. Number:

PB/1718/Ge/200

Date:

Wed, 14th March, 2018

Time:

9:30 am - 3:30 pm

Location:

St William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich

Price:

£0.00

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Presenter(s)

Ben Ballin

Ben is a consultant to the Geographical Association, a member of the Primary Geography editorial board, and CPD Associate for Shropshire LA. He writes and trains widely on Primary Geography and Global Learning.
Ben’s interactive training style will allow participants to build their confidence as leaders of Geography, respecting each others’ expertise, whilst developing new learning through structured activities and other interventions.

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