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Ofsted and Curriculum Review

Published: Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at 10:04 AM

Ofsted and Curriculum Review

Published: Wednesday, May 19th, 2021 at 10:04 AM

OfstedOfsted publishes the second in a series of reviews into different subjects across the curriculum –

As part of its ongoing commitment to the Subject Leaders Deep Dive Programme, HEP would like to share an update regarding Ofsted’s work on curriculum review. HEP will upload links to each subject area on the Primary Curriculum page of the website as further reports are published.

Ofsted says – ‘This is only the start of our work in this area, though. As a force for improvement, we will be publishing a series of documents from April 2021, including:
Research reviews – these will collate currently available research evidence. We will consider what published research evidence tells us about a high-quality education in each subject
Subject reports – we will inform leaders, teachers and tutors, parents and policymakers about what we have learned about the state of the nation when it comes to the quality of school curriculum in a range of subjects
To carry out this work and lead on our curriculum thinking in schools, we have set up a curriculum unit. We have been recruiting subject leads for a range of subjects, starting with national curriculum subjects and religious education. These subject experts will be leading this work, along with our research team.’

For additional information click on the link here.

So far, RE and Science have been reviewed.

 

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