>Available to Buy & Keep for £195 or Rent (for a 14 day period) for just £140<
In response to school requests and shortage in budgets, Focus is now selling recorded versions of our zoom courses for schools to purchase.
This training is sent via an emailed link and can be watched directly from the website (streamed) or downloaded and watched at a later date. It comes with an e-book version of the training notes. Printed copies of the training notes are available at an additional cost.Advantages of buying our video training:
- Watch at school or home
- Watch on your own or with other members of staff
- Can pause, replay and discuss
- No supply costs
- No travel costs or travelling time
Using the deep dive methodology to evaluate the intent, implementation and impact of art and design in the primary curriculum
This half day course will provide art and design subject leaders and senior leaders with background information on the deep dive process as well as ideas and tools to use in school to audit and evaluate art and design against the three Is intent, implementation and impact.
The national curriculum programme of study for art and design does not provide very much detail in terms of content compared to those for many other subjects. As a result, schools need to plan carefully to ensure the provide a rich, broad and balanced art and design curriculum. This course will help subject leaders and curriculum leaders evaluate current practice using the principles of a deep dive and accurately evaluate strengths and areas for development.
The training will:
- Look at the priorities and processes of a deep dive into art and design
- Consider carefully the quality of the intent, implementation and impact of a schools art and design curriculum
- Help leaders reflect on the evidence they could provide to support the deep dive process
- Enable you to audit the quality of the provision in all aspects of art and design
This training aims to delve deeply into the quality of art and design provision and enable subject leaders to effectively evaluate provision in their own setting.