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Do you have a particular problem with curriculum modelling or timetabling that you are struggling to solve? We'd love to help you find a solution.

 

 

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We regularly interview senior leaders and timetablers to understand how they create their timetables, to find out what works, what doesn't and learn about their vision for education. We'd love to hear from your school. Interviews take about 30 minutes and can be done by phone. All the responses will contribute to building better solutions for schools. 


Examples of schools that have collaborated

Homewood School and Sixth Form College, Kent

Homewood School and Sixth Form in Tenterden, Kent is recognised as being one of the most innovative schools in the country. The school is divided into colleges: Discovery College caters for Key Stage 3 and fully embraces Project based Learning (PBL), iCollege is an optional Key Stage 4 route in which students manage their own time and timetable. We are currently working with Homewood to help them find new solutions to curriculum design and timetabling to enable these innovative approaches to teaching.


Ryefield Primary School, London

Ryefield Primary in north west London is one of the capital's most spacious primary schools. The school follows the international primary curriculum (IPC) and although they have already embedded creative elements into their timetable they are always looking for new ways to improve the structure of the day and accountability of time. One of their existing initiatives is to schedule literacy followed by maths at the same time every day across the whole school. This enables teaching by stage rather than age which the school believes leads to better progress.