Making Your English Curriculum Fully Inclusive


Date Posted:

April 2, 2024

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How to make your English curriculum fully inclusive – and why it’s so important that we all do so!

Our Director of School Improvement, David Lowbridge-Ellis MBE, has contributed his insights into what makes a great English curriculum to a new series of videos published by Pearson. Across the country, teachers have been calling for English content that is real and relevant; for texts and tasks that they can relate to and want to engage with.

You can view David’s insights here:

Other videos in the series so far include:

Matt Bromley, Teacher and education adviser, who discusses what it means to be real & relatable in English today, feat. top tips for classroom teachers

Bennie Kara, Former teacher and education expert, who looks at the importance of diversity, inc. advice on how to make English content more engaging and diverse

Alex Grady, nasen’s Head of Education, who shares her thoughts on the need for classroom content to be relatable to ALL students, plus practical tips on getting this right

Anjum Peerbacos, Teacher and English expert, who explores how to prevent ‘diversity’ from becoming a buzzword.

Deborah Maclaren, Director of LoveReading4Kids, who shares ten top tips on how to get secondary aged children excited about reading

Alison Tarrant, Director of School Library Association, who looks at what needs to change to encourage children to read for pleasure