A snapshot of responses to the National Curriculum Consultation

The Government launched its review of the National Curriculum in January 2011, with the aim of improving the educational outcomes for children and giving teachers greater freedom over how to teach. On 7 February 2013 the Secretary of State for Education announced a public consultation on the draft National Curriculum which ran until 16 April 2013. So what is the feedback so far from the History Association, the PHSE association and numerous other primary associations? This brief provides a summary of the main responses to the National Curriculum consultation proposals. Leadership Briefing issue 7.10 (82)

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