Time to Shake Up the Primary Curriculum

Time to Shake Up the Primary Curriculum


A step-by-step guide to creating a global, diverse and inclusive school

Developing children's voices raises awareness and empowerment, particularly in marginalised communities. It is important that children see themselves, their heritage, their cultures and their religions reflected and taught in schools - not as a tokenistic celebration day or week but weaved throughout the curriculum. Time to Shake Up the Primary Curriculum is a step-by-step guide on how to transform the curriculum content being taught in primary schools to better incorporate diversity into children's learning.

Headteacher Sarah Wordlaw equips teachers and school leaders with the appropriate subject knowledge to deliver a curriculum that is comprehensive, inclusive and empowering, whilst also providing an opportunity for current and aspiring school leaders to develop their leadership skills. Covering history, geography, English, maths, science and the arts, this book will:- aid teachers in becoming more inclusive and aware practitioners- assist leaders in developing and implementing a whole-school strategic approach to delivering an inclusive curriculum, where everyone feels seen- drive OFSTED ranking to outstanding. It enables and empowers teachers and school leaders to remap the National Curriculum to include diverse, global topics to broaden children's understanding of their own community and wider society.

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Bloomsbury Education


Adult Non Fiction

History and Politics and Parenthood

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