History Subject Leader Curriculum Training

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

  • Unpicking the History curriculum and developing a meaningful curriculum for your school
  • What does progression through History look like in your school?
  • Being an effective History leader

Agenda for the day

Session 1 to include:

Unpicking the curriculum
Focusing on what the aims and key features of the curriculum are
What do we, as leaders, need to do to ensure we cover everything effectively?
How to make the most of your locality and tie it into the whole curriculum

Session 2 to include:

What does Progression look like?
Exploring what progression of skills, knowledge and vocabulary look like
Practical ways of showing progression

Session 3 to include:

Making the most of the coordinator role
Seeing the bigger curriculum picture
Ensuring curriculum coverage and development
Administering the role effectively

To take place on: Tuesday 11th  February 2020, 9-3pm.


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: Mr Stuart Tiffany

Stuart is an experienced teacher and history specialist. He is a member of the Historical Association’s Primary Committee, regularly featured writer in a number of publications and delivers training on various aspects of primary history teaching.He is a passionate believer in using children’s natural curiosity to engage them in lessons using a mixture of enquiry and high quality source work.

Review of training:

‘An excellent session yesterday on ‘How to be an effective subject leader,’ focusing on intent, implementation and impact. Very useful insight, particularly the section on showing progression through KS2. Thanks again!’