The National Association for Primary Education in collaboration with Humanities 20:20 and the Primary Umbrella Group held a well-attended online conference called TOWARDS A BALANCED AND BROADLY-BASED CURRICULUM on Monday March 8th 2021.
A video, text and slides for the Christian Schiller lecture given by Dr Tony Eaude on ‘Why a balanced and broadly-based curriculum matters - particularly for young children and those from disadvantaged backgrounds’ is available on https://www.nape.org.uk/post-conference-slides
Beneath that are the slides from the four presentations which followed the lecture:
Social action in the Primary School - Envisioning a better future for all: Naheeda Maharasingham, Rathfern Primary School, Lewisham
Developing a curriculum as rich in humanity as in knowledge: Clare Whyles, St Ebbe’s Primary School, Oxford
Beyond Teaching; Experiencing a Purposeful Curriculum: Rachel Ford, Bannockburn Primary School, Greenwich
Exploring History through the local: Alison Hales, University of Greenwich
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