This publication provides teachers with a rich resource to support their planning within the broader curriculum. It focuses very much on mastery within the broader curriculum by providing examples of reflection which ensures that learners are able to articulate their learning. The examples are 'real' examples taken from a range of schools and academies that use the Learning Challenge curriculum as a starting point for planning the broader curriculum. However, these examples show learning that can be used with any curriculum design.
The publication deliberately draws from schools and academies across the country. Many of the schools and academies have large proportion of learners from disadvantaged backgrounds. Many are from schools and academies where there are several different first languages amongst the pupils. The aim is to stimulate ideas for you to use with your pupils and the video extracts are intended to provide teachers with ideas or to be used with a class to 'raise the bar' in terms of expected outcomes from the learners.