A creative approach to the new curriculum

It’s been criticised as narrow, rigid and unimaginative, but the new primary curriculum is coming into force from September this year whether we like it or not. In preparation, Ros Wilson reflects on the ways teachers can encourage creativity, even under its restricting impositions.

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