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A curriculum for the 'whole child': School 21 case study
School 21's innovative "head, heart and hands" curriculum focuses on preparing children for all that life will throw at them in the modern world. Here's what it is, and how you can do it too.
- In a nutshell
- What is head, heart and hands in practice?
- 'Head': how to plan your academic subjects
- 'Heart': how to coach, rather than teach
- 'Hands': how to make project-based learning work
- 'Oracy': embed speaking skills throughout the curriculum, not as a bolt-on
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