Curriculum

Curriculum

'A school’s curriculum is everything a learner experiences in pursuit of the four purposes. It is not simply what we teach, but how we teach and crucially, why we teach it.'

(Curriculum for Wales, 2020)

A high-quality curriculum is required to achieve equity and excellence for all learners. The Central South Consortium aims to provide a range of evidence-informed professional learning opportunities and support and guidance to support curriculum development. Also, to support collaboration across the region there are number of curriculum specific online networks and communities.

For further support and guidance please contact:

Project Support Officer:

Beverley Blackburn bev.blackburn@cscjes.org.uk

Area Leads:

Digital Learning: matthew.j.humphreys@cscjes.org.uk

Expressive Arts: marvin.thomas@cscjes.org.uk

Foundation Phase: ruth.best@cscjes.org.uk

Health & Well-being: sonja.barnard@cscjes.org.uk

Humanities: nicky.hagendyk@cscjes.org.uk

Languages, Literacy & Communication: cathryn.billington-richards@cscjes.org.uk

Mathematics & Numeracy: glen.gilchrist@cscjes.org.uk

Science and Technology: glen.gilchrist@cscjes.org.uk


Other areas of professional learning

Equity and Wellbeing / Pedagogy / Welsh Language Development / Teaching Assistants / Induction / Governors / Leadership / Educational Visits / Lead Creative Schools Scheme / NQT Induction / Initial Teacher Education