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Proud to be published! How vision can lead the design of a school's curriculum

by Nicola Coupe last modified 02 Oct, 2020 10:48 AM

Mark Lacey, CEO of the Salisbury Diocesan Multi Academy Trust (DSAT) worked with colleagues in the Church of England Education Office to write a chapter in a recently published book 'Unlocking Research- Inspiring Primary Curriculum Design'. With a focus on how school leaders can use their distinctive, Christian vision in curriculum development, this is a useful book for curriculum leaders and governors in church schools.

Unlocking Research – Inspiring Primary Curriculum Design 

A new book in the Unlocking Research series has been published. A chapter on vision-driven curriculum has been written by Mark Lacey, Andy Wolfe at The Church of England Foundation for Educational Leadership (CEFEL) and colleagues from The Diocese of Gloucester Academy Trust.

We congratulate them all on the publication of their work.

Click here to read more about the book and for sample pages.

Routledge, the publishers state: 'the only university-run primary school in the UK helps schools design their own curricula by providing access to the latest education research along with supporting ideas and questions for how this can be applied successfully.

Co-written by practising teachers and research academics it combines practitioner expertise with the latest  world class academic research. Each chapter includes examples of how schools approached designing their own curricula and shows how an evidence-informed approach can lead to new ideas that are bold, innovative and imaginative.

It is a key read for teachers, school leaders, teaching assistants and student teachers, especially those who recognise the important role of research in developing excellence in their practice.'

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