To inspire teachers by exploring high quality literacy activities through the context of global learning. It will focus specifically on the potential for critical thinking within the English curriculum. To introduce teachers to P4C (Philosophy for Children) and explore how speaking & listening opportunities can be further developed to enhance reading and writing.
To increase understanding of the potential that global learning can offer to provide an engaging context for the new English Curriculum. To develop awareness of: texts that relate to global themes, methods of eliciting pupils' global interests for discussion, and genres of writing that enable pupils to best express their ideas, both formally and informally.
To evaluate how they can enrich their own school's English curriculum through global learning. Create increased opportunities for learners to explore global issues through the English curriculum. To improve their skills as facilitators during speaking & listening opportunities around global issues. To better understand the inextricable links between all areas of the English curriculum and how to plan for this. As part of this session, there will be an opportunity to write an action plan/next steps.
Curriculum development; Development of specific subject (i.e. Maths, English etc.) or curriculum area; Teaching and learning; Development of whole school ethos; School awards (e.g. Fair Trade School, RSSA, ISA etc.)
Subject Leader for English at Armathwaite Community Primary School Lead teacher for Armathwaite Expert Centre for the GLP (2013-2015) Lead Practitioner for Global Learning (SSAT) Gold P4C School Award Registered SAPERE trainer for Philosophy for Children (p4c) Teaches a weekly session of P4C and RE from Reception to Y6 www.janeyates.net www.armathwaite.cumbria.sch.uk
Elements of this course could be run as a twilight or half day course in my local area. North West.Contact provider Booking only available to GLP members. Login