Unpicking the DT curriculum and developing a meaningful curriculum for your school

The North West Learning Partnership would like to offer all DT Subject leaders/SLT members the opportunity to take part in the following training session:

Unpicking the DT curriculum and developing a meaningful curriculum for your school

What does progression through DT look like in your school? 

Being an effective curriculum leader

Focus: progression across all year year groups, preparing for OFSTED- deep dive, what does quality provision in DT look like and how to be an effective DT subject leaders. Delegates will participate in a ‘hands on’ practical skills development session within a project context.

To take place on: Friday 31st Jan 2020, 9.30-3.30pm.
Venue: Mecure St Helen’s Hotel, Linkway West, St Helens, WA101NG.
Target audience: DT Subject leads and/or SLT members. 
Cost: £150* for the full day to include: all course materials, Light refreshments and tea/coffee.
* NWLP members receive 25% off the cost of the session.
Places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis. Book now to avoid disappointment.
To book a place please contact: paula.foster@three-saints.org.uk

Trainer: Steph O’Donnell

Steph is a fully qualified Primary Teacher with 15 years teaching experience. She is passionate about Design & Technology. For many years she has worked alongside a Secondary expert whilst running Primary DT sessions for a large number of schools. All her projects have been tried and tested in schools with fantastic feedback.

Steph has massively raised the standard of D&T in our school. She teaches the children but all adults in the room are receiving quality inset too. We have used her to deliver the teaching that our staff lack confidence in.  We receive lots of compliments from visitors on the displayed models the children make. All children and staff love Steph’s visits.