In June this year, we are pleased to be offering a series of curriculum leadership workshops in the North of England.

Tickets available from Brown Paper Tickets, via or by using the ‘Get in touch’ tab on this website. (Remember to tell us which workshop location you would like to attend!)

Objectives for each workshop:
*To develop the capacity of curriculum leaders to conduct a whole school curriculum review
*To equip curriculum leaders with strategies to ensure a whole school approach to curriculum redesign
*To support the development of a bespoke curriculum framework to clarify curriculum aims and enhance curriculum implementation.

Three inspiring workshop locations to choose from!

Wakefield, Monday 17th June, Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, WF1 2TE 

Gainsborough, Tuesday 18th June, Trinity Arts Centre, Trinity St, DN21 2AL

Liverpool, Wednesday 19th June, Blackburne Place, L8 7PE

All workshops will run from 1:30pm until 5pm.

Each workshop has been designed to accommodate a reasonably small delegation (25) in order for our team to most effectively provide bespoke support during the afternoon.

These curriculum leadership workshops are suitable for primary curriculum leaders. If you are a primary subject leader, a curriculum phase leader or a senior leader responsible for overall school curriculum design and implementation, this workshop is for you!

Workshops will be led by Narinder Gill and Vikki Pendry both of whom have extensive experience of leading curriculum review, redesign and implementation in Primary Schools across England…and beyond.

About The Curriculum Foundation
We are a UK-based, not-for-profit foundation that provides curriculum-related support, advice and guidance to schools, school systems, government organisations and ministries worldwide. We believe that a key element of our role is to share our experience and expertise and so develop the capacity that lies within every organisation. Our Vision is for a world-class curriculum for every learner. For more information about our work, please visit

Narinder Gill has worked for over 2 decades in the educational field, successfully leading three schools as a head teacher. Her last school was the subject of her recent publication Creating Change in Urban settings which charts the journey and impact of curriculum change. Narinder is an accredited executive business coach and has worked alongside schools, trusts and the private sector to design and deliver bespoke leadership programmes.  She is a development coach for Ambition Institute supporting the Future leaders programme and has coached internationally through the Prince’s Trust and currently for the cabinet office. Since 2015 Narinder has been working on the development of the Curriculum in South Sudan.

Vikki Pendry has worked in 3 UK schools as a senior leader, as an AST for Development Education and is currently a Governor at a secondary School in York. Her work in the UK has featured bespoke programmes of curriculum development support for groups of schools and a regional leadership role for Global Learning. Vikki has worked with organisations such as HSBC,UNICEF and OXFAM to develop innovative teaching and learning programmes and resources. Vikki has also worked alongside Educate Innovate to co-create several heritage learning projects and is a regular guest speaker at conferences such as TEESNet, UKFIET and Northern Rocks. Her work the Curriculum Foundation has also included curriculum review and redesign in South Sudan, Uganda and Zambia.          @VictoriaPendry1


Tickets available from Brown Paper Tickets, via or by using the ‘Get in touch’ tab on this website’. Remember to tell us which workshop location you would like to attend!

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