Harris Student Commission on Learning to launch its findings at the Whole Education event 16th May

May 5, 2011 at 8:37 am Leave a comment

by Alec Patton

Since 2008, over 250 students and staff in London’s Harris Federation of academies have conducted a major enquiry into teaching and learning methods (supported in part by Learning Futures). Students have interviewed experts on learning, spoken to students across the globe (via a Skype-enabled overnight ‘learn-over’), visited innovative schools in Britain and the US and tested different approaches in their own schools.

Now, at the Whole Education Whose Curriculum Is It Anyway?  event in London on 16 May, the commission is launching its ‘new design for learning’. This is a set of entitlements and opportunities the Harris Federation will take forward to ensure all learners and teachers in every part of every academy in the federation have consistent access to world class learning opportunities.

Whose Curriculum Is It Anyway? will also feature a breakout session with Learning Futures, led by Matthew Moss Deputy Head Mark Moorhouse, as well as breakouts from over 30 other innovative education projects across primary and secondary schools.

Book now with the code IU10 and save 10% on your ticket (standard cost £95 for schools or £195 general admission). To book, follow this link.

Entry filed under: Education & Children's Services.

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