Archive for June, 2009

‘From “Mantle” to Expertise – The Arc of Creative Partnerships’

Sunday, June 28th, 2009

A new publication from CP Durham Sunderland.
For over four years, Shelby Wolf from the University of Colorado has been conducting research on the partnership between Bexhill Primary School, Sunderland and County Durham’s Theatre Cap-a-Pie.

Feedback from the Malvern Mantle of the Expert Conference

Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009

The following evaluations came from teachers, school leaders and educators attending the June 19th, 2009 conference in Malvern, Worcestershire…

Study Days for MoE at Grimley and Holt CE Primary School

Monday, June 22nd, 2009

From the Autumn Term, 2009 we will be holding termly Study Days for Mantle of the Expert. These days will give visitors the opportunity to observe practice, work with our practitioners, see our approach to planning and assessment, and discuss the challenge of leadership.

Malvern Conference 19th June, 2009

Saturday, June 20th, 2009

Friday 19th June, 2009 – the National Mantle of the Expert conference hosted at the Abbey Hotel, Malvern, Worcestershire.
The documents on this page include Luke Abbot’s keynote address and resources from the planning workshop.

Maths and Mantle of the Expert

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

Kevin Holland describes a Creative Partnerships funded project he developed to creating contextualized opportunities to study, apply and develop maths using mantle of the expert.

Training Opportunities in Mantle of the Expert and Imaginative Inquiry

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

For more information on these training opportunities and for arranging bespoke training please contact us through our online contact page.

Cambridgeshire Mantle of the Expert Project 2

Sunday, June 7th, 2009

Autumn/Spring 2009/2010
Building on the success of the Cambridgeshire LA The Mantle of the Expert curriculum development project, CAS is now able to offer a CPD package that will support the development of the approach in your school.

Cambridgeshire Mantle of the Expert Project Evaluation

Saturday, June 6th, 2009

In this report Cambridgeshire LA Project Manager Chris Hiscock (General Adviser – Music, Cambridgeshire Advisory Service) describes a major mantle of the expert project involving sixteen schools from the county, thirteen primary and three secondary. The project was fully funded by the local authority and conducted over two terms, Autumn 2008 and Spring 2009. The report will be of interest to school and LA managers who are exploring innovative ways to develop creative learning experiences in line with the Rose Review and the 2008 Secondary National Curriculum.