Curriculum Advisory Support

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Curriculum Advisory Support

In addition to curriculum support provided as part of your SIP package, we can also offer further support from our specialist advisory teachers and associates. They can:

  • Work with subject leaders, providing in-class support or whole school training.
  • Provide guidance on the best teaching strategies, underpinned by current research.
  • Provide guidance on planning and assessment.
  • Support the development of the whole school curriculum, ensuring a coherent progression of knowledge and skills.

Through a combination of in-house expertise and in close collaboration with schools, the London District East Teaching School Hub, East London Maths and English hubs, and other local partners, we can offer subject specific support from Early Years to key stage 5.

This includes:

  • English
  • Mathematics
  • Science
  • Art
  • Computing
  • Design and technology
  • Drama
  • Geography
  • History
  • MFL
  • PE
  • Phonics and early reading
  • RE

The range of subjects where we can offer specialist support and guidance is constantly evolving. If you do not see what you need on the list above, please contact us to discuss your requirements.

Kate Gooding
Kate Gooding

Senior School Improvement Adviser and Deputy Designated Safeguarding Lead

Paul Claydon
Paul Claydon

Senior School Improvement Adviser, Secondary

Contact

Kate Gooding (Primary) and Paul Claydon (Secondary)

To discuss your requirements, contact either:

Kate Gooding, Senior School Improvement Adviser – Primary, on 07976 239 885 or kate.gooding@bdsip.co.uk

 

 

 

 

Paul Claydon, Senior School Improvement Adviser – Secondary, on 0786 691 2846 or paul.claydon@bdsip.co.uk

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