Towards a Balanced and Broadly-based Curriculum Conference- March 8th
02 February 2021

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

A half-hour podcast involving two of the presenters and the organizers discussing the conference themes can be accessed from the NAPE website at

Please let all those who may interested in taking part know about this. We look forward to seeing you there!

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