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What Is An Offered Curriculum?


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Hi,

 

I joined a few months and the first post that I've written so here goes...

 

I have just heard this term 'offered curriculum' used recently and I am becoming slightly worried that I don't know what it means. I think that it is simply the activities that I might set out in my reception class and the purpose of it. Could someone advise me if this is correct? If not, what is it? Thanks

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You're quite right, nutmeg: the offered curriculum is everything you plan for your children. The 'received curriculum' is everything the children do/learn/are exposed to - including all the things children learn or do that you hadn't planned for!

 

Maz

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Hello from me too Nutmeg. May all your questions be so easily answered! Now you've started posting you'll realise its totally addictive!

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Ahhh, thanks!

 

Well, I'm a reception teacher working in outer London. I absolutely love working with children but I'm not so great at the paperwork and organisational side of things xD

 

This causes me a lot of worry but this year I'm trying to be more organised and ahead of myself - don't we all that every year?!

 

I have been working with children since I left school and became a nursery nurse because I thought I couldn't become a teacher. Then I decided to go for it, studied for 4 fours and have now been teaching for two! Oh and I love anything sweet and bad for my waistline!! I think that's about it :o

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I have been working with children since I left school and became a nursery nurse because I thought I couldn't become a teacher. Then I decided to go for it, studied for 4 fours and have now been teaching for two!

What an inspiration: just goes to show what you can achieve when you set your mind to it! :o

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Hi welcome to the forum,

you will find you cant go a day without logging onto here, find out whats new and what everyone is upto. Its great fun and everyone is here to help each other. 0258 x x :o

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Hi Nutmeg

 

The best thing I did recently( as a fairly new user) was make FSF my home page so I can have a quick look each time I log on. The forums are so busy with postings from people giving fantastic ideas, information and advice I am frightened of missing something!!

 

Julie

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