20 June 2013
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Read news and advice about the revised National Curriculum, which will be first taught in September 2014.
The Department for Education has announced it will release the new National Curriculum in digital format only.
We know that a paperback copy of the Curriculum is a staple in many classrooms. Scholastic will make a FREE printed copy of the 2014 National Curriculum Handbook available to every primary school in England at the start of the coming autumn term.
Sign up for a copy of the 2014 National Curriculum Handbook at www.scholastic.co.uk/nationalcurriculumoffer
Click the links below for the full articles on the National Curriculum and the proposals for specific curriculum subjects. This page will continue to grow as more articles are added, leading up to September 2014.
The National CurriculumNews and general information:
- July 2013 – Updated programmes of study for the 2014 National Curriculum published online
- June 2013 – Government statement on changes to pupil assessment at primary level
- February 2013 – Draft programmes of study for 2014 National Curriculum published
- Overview of the draft Maths programme of study
Teacher John Dabell sees what has been added, removed or moved to create the draft maths programme of study.
- Experts’ views on the draft Maths programme of study
Are the proposed changes ‘too much too soon’?
- Overview of the draft Science programme of study
Science coordinator Gillian Ravenscroft looks at some of the changes included in the draft science programme of study.