UKLA statements of principle on curriculum change

Thursday, February 28, 2013

Given the multitude of proposed curriculum changes at all key stages from early years/foundation stage to post-16, we felt it was important to set out some of the statements of principle that UKLA feels are central to our ongoing discussions. The statements are available to download below.

UKLA statements of principle on curriculum change


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