Oxfordshire Branch event – OFSTED as the sole arbiter of quality and Curriculum making with children

  • Online Webinar
  • September 30, 2021
  • Thursday, 6.15 PM to 8.00 PM
  • Early Education

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Oxfordshire Branch event – OFSTED as the sole arbiter of quality and Curriculum making with children

Online Webinar

Thursday, 6.15 PM to 8.00 PM
September 30, 2021

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Early Education

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Oxfordshire Branch event – OFSTED as the sole arbiter of quality and Curriculum making with children

Online Webinar

Thursday, 6.15 PM to 8.00 PM
September 30, 2021

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This event is comprised of two linked presentations focused on looking at policy versions of play, pedagogy, recent research and contemporary theories of learning and curriculum making through a critical lens.

They will contest the idea of curriculum delivery as “what is taught” and present concepts to enable practitioners to recognise children as active contributors to curriculum making, and make meaningful connections between children’s lives at home and in early years settings.

Online session will open for networking at 6:15 pm. Talks will begin at 6:30 pm.


Elizabeth Wood is Professor of Education at the University of Sheffield. Her research focuses mainly on early childhood and primary education, with specific interests in play and pedagogy; curriculum and assessment in ECE; teachers’ professionalism and professional knowledge; policy analysis and critique. Her work on play has international reach and influence, and she is Visiting Professor at the University of Auckland, and Australian Catholic University Melbourne.

Liz Chesworth is a lecturer at the University of Sheffield where she directs the full-time Masters in Early Childhood Education. She has worked in the field of early childhood education for 25 years, during which she has taught in nurseries, children’s centres, primary schools and universities. Liz’s current research focuses upon play, curriculum-making and creative pedagogies. She is the Principal Investigator for a research project funded by the Froebel Trust which explores curriculum decision-making and complexity in children’s play within a multi-diverse pre-school setting.


Fees and Booking

Early education members £10
Full-time students £12
Non-members £15

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