Episode 01: Introducing The Curriculum podcast

Curriculum Podcast Episode 01 Introducing The Curriculum podcast

You can now download and listen to the very first episode of The Curriculum, a brand new podcast from Cornerstones Education. At just 10–15 minutes a show, primary school leaders and teachers can get news, information and tips, all in the time it takes to squeeze in a coffee break or short commute.

In episode one, Melanie Moore, our curriculum director, provides an introduction to the podcast, including why we are doing it and what we have in store. With teachers having so little time, we hope The Curriculum will offer a fantastic way to get new ideas and keep up to date with what’s happening in primary education.

We’ll be calling on our in-house team to share their expertise in future episodes. But we will also be speaking to school leaders, teachers and others working in the sector to hear about their thoughts and experiences too. There is lots of content planned already, but do email podcasts@cornerstoneseducation.co.uk with your feedback and ideas!

How to subscribe

You can listen to the first episode via the player above and we’ll post every episode to our blog. However, the best way to listen and make sure you don’t miss an episode is to subscribe to the show. You can do that in a number of ways.

If you use an iPhone or iPad, download the Apple Podcasts app, search for the ‘The Curriculum’ or ‘Cornerstones Education’ and subscribe in there. If you have an Android device, I can recommend an app called Pocket Casts, where you can do the same. You can also find and subscribe to the podcast in iTunes on your computer.

If you have any problems or questions at all, do email podcasts@cornerstoneseducation.co.uk and we’ll be happy to give you a hand.

 

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Iain Broome

Iain is a Creative Consultant at Cornerstones and currently produces The Curriculum, our new podcast. He's previously worked on a range of other Cornerstones products, including the Cornerstones Curriculum, Love to Investigate and Cornerstones Yoimoji.

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