Hi everyone, I am currently a Head of Department (Head of subject across three key stages) and our Curriculum Director has just announced that he will be going on a one year sabbatical starting after Easter. He has been asked to put in plans for the department and has asked whether I would consider taking on the Acting Curriculum Director role. He is confident in my ability to carry out this role, which really reassures me. I have been teaching for three years and have been Head of Department for two of those years so I am familiar with managing data for my department, writing and reviewing SOWs, managing staff, sorting out behavioural issues etc. However, I know that a Curriculum Director role has a lot more to it. Could anyone give me an overview of the role and expectations? What do you do above and beyond the role of subject leaders? I don't want to speak to my Curriculum Director yet in case he thinks I am concerned that I can't do it. I want to make 100% sure that I know the role and whether I can do it before I say yes to his request. Thanks in advance.