National Curriculum review. Have your say.

Parents, teachers, pupils and other interested members of the public have four days left to tell the Government and curriculum experts what should be taught in UK schools.

By answering the questions in the Call for Evidence, people will have the chance to shape the new National Curriculum for primary and secondary schools in England.

More than 4,000 responses have been submitted since January 2011 – an indication of the high level of interest in this area.

The Call for Evidence closes on Thursday 14 April 2011. The Department for Education will formally consult on the content of the National Curriculum in due course.

Read more about the National Curriculum review on the Department’s website and submit your views.

Source: Department for Education
Gemma, Account Manager, dbda


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