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Pilot Projects
Phase Two
National Curriculum
Support Systems

How can we get involved?

Teachers, heads and governors are advised to discuss the idea of making a submission first. It might also be preferable to ask for the involvement of non-teaching staff or parents of children at the school if they would like to play a role, too. Having decided on the project you wish to propose, the online system should be used to register your school’s interest.

Prospective partners should complete the online enquiry form, which can be found at the CABER Project web site. The Project Support Team members will review submissions, with schools being notified accordingly. Successful applicants will then be invited to take part in the scheme by registering their project idea – and the participants – using our secure system online. The local cluster trainer/mentor will then be notified and will contact you direct.

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