Secondary Scheme of Work Planning Toolkit
The Scheme of work planning toolkit for key stages 3 and 4 shows the planning steps that can help to plan schemes of work that are tailored to meet your learners’ needs, within the time and organisational constraints of your school.
We are currently working on a new planning toolkit for key stages 3 and 4. This resource pre-dates the Programme of Study for PSHE education and therefore uses the terminology of the 2007 National Curriculum, however the guidance and exemplar long, medium and short term plans are still valuable and applicable when used in conjunction with the current programme of study.
The scheme of work planning toolkit for key stages 3 and 4 shows the planning steps that can help to plan schemes of work that are tailored to meet your learners’ needs, within the time and organisational constraints of your school.
Stage 1 of the toolkit focuses on long-term planning.
Stage 2 of the toolkit comprises a separate ‘Stage 2 plan’ for each year group, detailing the session objectives (what we intend the learners to learn), as well as the learning outcomes (what they will be able to do as a result of the learning), for each suggested session in each strand.
Stage 3 of the toolkit, the ‘Session Planning Tool’ will help you plan meaningful, relevant learning that is part of a coherent scheme of work, where the learning is enhanced by integral assessment.
Stage 4 of the toolkit comprises exemplar lesson plans. The session plans given in full are highlighted in the Stage 2 documents.
Date uploaded: 26 Jun 2017
AttachmentsSecondary Planning Toolkit SOW- 2011.pdf
Secondary Planning Toolkit SOW- 2011.doc
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