Quality of Education

The 6 steps of curriculum design

Overview of the course
  • Develop a broad and balanced curriculum that is ambitious for all

  • Maximise knowledge transfer to long-term memory

  • Understand how Ofsted will be judging:  Intent  – Implementation  – Impact

Dates & Locations
  • 30th June 2020 | London

First Delegate Rate

£299.00 + VAT

Additional Delegates

£279.00 + VAT

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Matt Bromley

Matt Bromley is an education writer and consultant with twenty years’ experience in teaching and leadership including as a headteacher. He is the author of numerous best-selling books for teachers including ‘How to Become a School Leader’, ‘Making Key Stage 3 Count’ and ‘How to Learn’.

by Matt Bromley


Curriculum intent: the vision and key concepts

Outline a broad and balanced curriculum

Identify the concepts, knowledge and skills to be taught

Ensure planned, sequenced and ambitious content

Unpick the role of senior curriculum leaders

A 3-step process of teaching for long-term learning impact

1. Stimulate senses to gain the active attention of working memory

2. Ensure students think hard but efficiently about curriculum content to encode it in long-term memory

3. Activate prior learning with effective retrieval practices


A comprehensive toolkit for curriculum design

Curriculum self-assessment

Transistion self-evaluation tool

Long-term learning action plan

Unpick the 2019 Education Inspection Framework

Teaching techniques for successful implementation

Teach to the top and model high expectations

Pitch learning into students’ struggle zones

Make marking meaningful, manageable and motivating

Ensure assessment has clear purpose and provides useable data

Use feedback to help students close the gap and make progress

Additional information


30th June 2020




Venue to be confirmed up to 4 weeks in advance

Presenter Matt Bromley
Key Stage

Primary, Secondary


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