UK Briefing

June 2008
English Drama Media;Jun2008, Issue 11, p7
The article presents information regarding major curriculum changes as a result of the New National Curricula launched in England, Wales, Northern Ireland and Scotland in 2008. The revised curriculum for year seven is to be introduced in September 2008. The implementation of the first National Curriculum for Wales begins in September 2008. The renewed Northern Ireland Curriculum is to be gradually implemented between 2007 and 2010.


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