Next month we're heading to Cardiff for our second Cornerstones Curriculum Conference, and it’s shaping up to be another unmissable day.
Free to all schools using Cornerstones products, you’ll hear more about how education is changing in Wales and how Cornerstones can support your school with implementing these changes.
There will also be engaging workshop sessions, networking opportunities, and plenty of time to peruse our exciting marketplace.
For full details, download our agenda for the day.
See below for the day’s workshop sessions – all free to attend and delivered by our subject specialists.
Managing Curriculum Change
Are you ready for the changes to the new Welsh National Curriculum?
This session will outline the most recent changes to the Welsh national curriculum and show how Cornerstones can help your school be curriculum ready.
A guide to The Hub
An interactive tour of The Cornerstones Hub, delivered by our ‘Hub expert’. Showing you everything that it offers – from checking the coverage of your chosen ILPs to exploring thousands of online resources.
Science enquiry made easy
Is custard a liquid? How do fossils form? Why is holly prickly? Use new and exciting resources to explore these questions, in this practical session, with Love to Investigate author, Dr Fran Barnes.
Teaching RE in the primary school
This session will focus on the requirements for the teaching of RE in Wales and explore how teachers can integrate philosophy and ethics in an engaging and purposeful way.
After their success in Swansea before Christmas, we've invited former captain of the Welsh rugby team and patron of Wales Dyslexia, Scott Quinnell and headteachers Damien Beech and Tania Morgan back for our second conference.
In addition, we've invited Richard George – Strategic Lead for Digital Learning, CSC and James Protheroe – Assistant Headteacher at Darran Park Primary School to talk about the new Digital Competence Framework.
Book your free place now!
The Cornerstones Curriculum Conference takes place at the Village Hotel Club in Cardiff on Thursday 30th March. Places will be allocated on a first come, first served basis and they're filling fast so don't miss out!
Book your free place now by calling us on 03333 20 8000 or by using our online booking form.