Today WE are very excited to launch our ‘summer curriculum’ – our programme of support for primary and secondary schools and trusts across the country during this extraordinary time.
WE have been inspired and impressed by the amazing work schools have done responding to these challenges. We don’t intend to duplicate the great work already happening, nor do we intend to add to the workload of already-busy schools.
WE have thought long and hard about how we can be of most support to you during this time, as well as crowdsourcing ideas and themes from the network.
As a national network, we believe we can add most value by providing a space for you to learn from each other: to share what you are doing that is having a positive impact, find out what others are doing, and collaborate on common challenges.
To that extent, our series of virtual meetings for primary, secondary and trusts will bring you together with colleagues from across the country to share ideas on key themes that you have told us you would value support on. All are aimed at helping you deliver a high-quality whole education in different ways. From virtual recruitment to leading a virtual school and recovery plans for reopening, you will hear what others in similar contexts are doing and share your own practice.
We believe that the system has the answers to challenges we face, and that by learning with and from each other we can add capacity to you – as teachers, leaders and learning institutions. We know that so much wonderful practice is already taking place; by sharing it in a structured way, we can overcome these challenges together.
Due to these unusual times these meetings are open access- available to all schools who would value support from peers and fresh ideas. You can register on the our event pages.
Douglas Archibald (Exec Director), James Pope (Exec Director) and the Whole Education team.WE Summer curriculum overview