Bread and butter: demystifying the periodic review process for UG provision

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Recent policy changes within Initial Teacher Education make it compulsory that ITE provision for Undergraduate (UG) students comply with ITT reaccreditation criteria (2022a). At Leeds Trinity University acadmeic staff met the challenge of creating a responsive curriculum as a positive step towards creating a challenging, rigorous, creative and inclusive set of programmes to be introduced from AY 2024.

Compliance areas set out by the PSRB handed down from the DfE (including the ITTECF 2024) had to be balanced with university sector wide conditions and framework (OfS Regulatory Framework 2022, QAA 2020). The university catholic foundation and vision and values were also a major influential factor in design.

The resulting documentation provides a coherent, fluent, spiral curriculum (Bruner date) that will ultimately achieve our School Education Vision to::

‘Develop trainees into skilful and resilient teachers who are expert in subject and or age phase pedagogy.’
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusUnpublished - 28 Jun 2024
EventLTU School of Education Annual RKE Event - LTU, Leeds
Duration: 28 Jun 202428 Jun 2024

Academic conference

Academic conferenceLTU School of Education Annual RKE Event


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