Join us for a panel discussion with three experts in their field.
Academy trust CEO Rob Carpenter will share his approach to developing a Global Curriculum and sharing with other schools.
Rob, the CEO of Inspire Partnership and Senior Partner of our Inspire Partnership hub, examines the core purpose of education in a complex modern society using examples from the Inspire Partnership to build a powerful case study for a world centred curriculum leading to high quality learning and a deeper engagement with community needs.
Dr Kate Chhatwal OBE will provide a brief overview of the underpinning peer review and knowledge exchange model.
She will outline the Challenge Partners approach: to provide networks and programmes that facilitate sustainable collaboration and challenge between schools in order to underpin improvements in educational outcomes which would not be possible for a school, or group of schools, to achieve as effectively or efficiently on its own.
Dr Chhatwal will explain the four capitals of knowledge mobilisation which underpin our work.
Shalina Patel, Head of Teaching and Learning and Teacher of History at Claremont High School Academy, will then explain how learning from others including Mr Carpenter enabled her to replicate excellent practice in her own school, detailing the impact on staff and pupils.
And talk about her own work on diversity in the curriculum and how shared emerging practice on decolonising your curriculum and how building in opportunities to raise the racial literacy of staff is key in supporting this process.
Dame Sue John, Executive Director of Challenge Partners will then facilitate a discussion and invite Rob and Shalina to discuss how peer review, peer-to-peer learning and sharing leading practice help their schools improve, as well as informing their own development as leaders. They will explore how to build trust and social capital to facilitate open conversations about successes and challenges; as well as highlighting specific examples of innovative practice in developing curriculum.
It promises to be an interesting and lively discussion, with plenty of take aways for you and your school.
We'd love to have you join us.