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Curriculum Operations

LT Weekend March 2016
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Laurie Johnston

on 22 March 2016

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Transcript of Curriculum Operations

Curriculum Operations

The most pressing issues in Curriculum Operations
IAG is in need of development and delivery
Rota systems need attention
Data systems have left something to be desired this year
Extra-Curricular offer and operation has been incoherent and loose
The trip offer needs development and codifying
Safeguarding of trips needs review and attention
What if we do nothing?
Big Ideas #1
Period 4 - 3-4pm
Big Idea #2
Cultural Passport - a guarantee of visits and experiences based largely, but not exclusively in London
The current situation
A patchwork offer of clubs and sport after school
An intervention programme for Y11 and Y10
An IAG offer that has highlights but no bedrock experience
An unfair and unbalanced trip offer
A trip commissioning process that needs overhaul
A difficult to manage and potentially unsafe after-school situation
A challenging temporary accommodation situation looming
The new programme
Trip programme for year published - cultural passport
Database of students on tips maintained and monitored
Period 4 staffed, roomed and registered
Published programme of after-school intervention/clubs/sports/fixtures etc.
The offer will encompass culture, sport, intervention, subject club, hobby clubs, debate, writing,
Clubs, sports, IAG and outward bound programmes published and guaranteed - database maintained and intervention made to ensure fairness and opportunity
Conclusion
We should introduce P4 3-4pm and seek parental sign-up
We should devise and publish a Cultural Guarantee
We should maintain a database of students going on trips/clubs/sports and intervene as necessary
All should be underpinned by overhauled safeguarding of trips and opportunities

Expectations
All students receive excellent IAG enabling them to make informed choices at all stages of college life and beyond
Rotas work smoothly and update seamlessly
Data informs planning and intervention
Extra-curricular offer is a real driver of achievement and enjoyment in the school
Trips are a n outstanding feature of the College and are very safe

New strategies
P4! Timetabled, registered, roomed, resourced
Cultural Guarantee/passport
IAG/Sport/Extra Curricular offer
Cultural guarantee/passport
Overhaul of Trips Process following EVC training update

Recommendation
A more coherent and tightly organized extra-curricular offer is the most pressing issue here and the one I have chosen to pursue for the SDP
Challenges and opportunities
The problem
Fragmentation
Difficult to manage
Don't know who's on site
Equality of opportunity
Maximisation of resources
Safeguarding
Success will bring..
Effective Safeguarding
Enhanced experience of school
Timetabled after-school
Targeted trips
Better learning, better results,
Clarity on what students are doing when
Meaning...
We can evangelise about the programme with confidence
Better organisation of 3-4pm
Happy children
Satisfaction for staff


Things would improve..
We know where children are and with who
Reduce staff friction
Equality of opportunity for students over trips etc.
Clarity for students
How problems can be resolved
Timetabling
Registers
Resource allocation
Monitoring
Consultation
Negotiation
Pro
Save energy
Save money
What we know
It's OK - ish
Con
We can do much better
Continued fragmentation
Resource waste
Staff friction
Safeguarding issues
Less progress, less learning
Lost opportunity
Pro
Timetables
Registers
Rooms
Site patrol
Con
Resources
Staff buy-in
Time
Energy
Other things will go by the board
Pro
Fabulous offer
Unique selling point for school
Happy children
Low cost
Enhances learning
helps with citizenship
Con
Cost
Energy
Organisation
Time
Pro
Enhanced experience of school
informed citizens
selling point for school
fulfilment for staff and students
happiness
Con
time
energy
resource
Problems
Cost
Staffing concerns
time
resources
energy
Why do it then?
Safeguarding
School inage
Learning
Achievement
Happiness
Next steps
LJ to devise plans - devise SDP, broker agreements and work the fine detail as well as overhaul trip and opportunity commissioning and safeguarding .
Based on Jim Harvey's speech structures
Establishing a coherent & comprehensive programme
Temporary accommodation challenge
Management of day to day operation
commitment from staff and students and parents
Opportunity to put together a first-class offer
It gives us control through:
Big Idea #3
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