The National Association for Primary Education in collaboration with Humanities 20:20 and the Primary Umbrella Group is organising an online conference called TOWARDS A BALANCED AND BROADLY-BASED CURRICULUM, to be held on Monday March 8th, 4.15-6.45. Dr Tony Eaude will be gving the Christian Schiller lecture on:
‘Why a balanced and broadly-based curriculum matters - particularly for young children and those from disadvantaged backgrounds’
and there will be two workshop sessions:
Social action in the Primary School - Envisioning a better future for all or Developing a curriculum as rich in humanity as in knowledge: and
Beyond Teaching; Experiencing a Purposeful Curriculum or Exploring History through the local.
The cost is only £10 each or £50 for more than 5 people from a school. Free for students. Full details and how to book can be seen on https://nape.org.uk/conference
A half-hour podcast involving two of the presenters and the organizers discussing the conference themes can be accessed from the NAPE website at https://nape.org.uk/nape-podcast
Please let all those who may interested in taking part know about this. We look forward to seeing you there!