Proposed changes to the Primary National Curriculum

April 2013
School Leadership Today;2013, Vol. 4 Issue 6, p88
The article focuses on the proposed changes in the National curriculum of the England in the three subjects which includes Maths, Literacy and Science. It reports several changes such as in maths emphasis given to mental and written calculations, in English much emphasis on reading and in Science greater focus is given to the scientific knowledge. It also presents some changes other than these subjects including compulsory foreign language, teaching of citizenship and British history.


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