National Curriculum changes

The Key
The Key


The Key’s survey of school leaders in the autumn term found that 58% of respondents do not think that the new curriculum will help British students to ‘catch up with the world’s best.’ Almost 25% felt that it would achieve the aim ‘to some extent’ and 18% were unsure.

The Key surveyed its members in November 2013 to learn more about their views on the new curriculum. The full report is available here.

Comments 1

  1. Maggie Guillebaud 15th May 2014

    Without the same number of face to face teaching hours and much more homework, state schools can never hope to complete with the private sector.

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