As announced by the Department for Education in England, the final version of the new National Curriculum Framework was published yesterday, 11th September 2013.
EducationCity.com is a leader in curriculum content delivery and has plans in place to ensure that the transition to the new curriculum for schools in England using the resource will be timely, accurate and stress free.
In-house education specialist and former head teacher Patrick Mainprize is leading the project to ensure EducationCity.com is prepared for the new curriculum changes, and a great deal of progress had already been made in advance of yesterday’s final document release. The project has included a rigorous gap analysis, planning for the development of new content to ‘plug’ any gaps and reinforce the new curriculum demands, plus a number of exciting developments including new features and a super-simple means of accessing the new curriculum.
EducationCity.com is coordinating a full ‘New National Curriculum Ready’ launch in time for its implementation in September 2014. Insider previews and supporting materials will be available beforehand to support teachers in their implementation process, with an exciting showcase of all our enhancements to be made at Bett in January 2014.
For further information on the new curriculum and its impact on schools and teaching and for our view on the key changes visit our blog: http://bit.ly/14NQIXY
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More about the new National Curriculum for England:
Full documentation can be found on the Department for Education’s website:https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/department-for-education/series/national-curriculum
EducationCity.com is an award-winning online teaching, learning and assessment resource trusted and used in over 15,500 subscribing schools and by nearly 3 million children. All activities are curriculum mapped to QCA and Primary Frameworks for literacy and mathematics in England, Wales and Northern Ireland and to the Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland.
EducationCity.com is a resource priced by module, so purchasers can buy as much or as little as they like. Covering Maths, Literacy, Science, French, German, Spanish and English as an Additional Language from Foundation to Key Stage 3 transition, whole-school subscriptions start from just £90/module/year.
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