This course provides the key to mapping a linear curriculum plans which maximises learning and progress for all from year 7 to the end of their course.


  • Examine models of curriculum mapping which embed content, mastery and retention

  • Identify the content, skills and journey for personalised outcomes

  • Revisiting key learning incrementally whilst maintaining engagement

  • Balance content delivery with opportunities for application of learning

  • Ensure all students make good or better progress


“Excellent course, good resources and discussion points. Good to discuss similar experiences/queries with other teachers.” – Denstone College, Friday 18th November 2016


COURSE DATE London, Tuesday 20 June 2017
WHO FOR?  Heads of PE
All teachers of PE
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
Detailed notes On-line materials
Powerpoint presentations CPD Certificate
 High quality training facilities Sit-down buffet lunch



10.00am - 10.45am: The past, the present, the future?

  • Curriculum Planning – short, medium and long term
  • Can you combine the Core and GCSE Curriculum?

10.45am - 11.30am: How to embed teaching over 5 years

  • Drip feeding progressively to develop students skills
  • Embedding a synoptic approach to teaching and learning
  • Developing mastery through a growth mindset

11.30am - 11.50am: Break


11.50am - 12.35pm: Planning for incremental development

  • Maximising homework outcomes without adding workload
  • Revisit ideas to ensure past learning is not forgotten
  • Giving students the ‘bigger picture’ to develop deeper thinking

12.35pm - 1.30pm: Lunch


1.30pm – 2.15pm: Planning for and tracking progress

  • Tracking effectively with your plans as your reference point
  • Developing complexity in students’ answers

2.15pm - 2.30pm: Break


2.30pm – 3.30pm: Building effective differentiation into your plans

  • Planning for individual learning styles
  • Teaching Blooms taxonomy and Key Exam Terms

James Bennett

James Bennett is an experienced teacher of 17 years. He is currently Subject Leader in an ‘Outstanding’ department with consistently high results. He has led departmental, cluster school and whole school training on both subject and general teaching topics.