GCSE maths results highlight why the curriculum needs radical change

GCSE maths results highlight why the curriculum needs radical change

Whilst today’s GCSE results show fewer children achieved A*-C grades across the curriculum than in 2015 (a drop of 2.1%), statistics have shown that maths suffered a 2.3% decline in A*-C grades awarded. Some may assume this is due to the government’s new initiative, which sees 16-19-year-olds retake their English...

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David Cameron’s ‘vision’ for schools

  The Prime Minister will begin to implement his manifesto pledge, made at the Tory party conference last autumn, to transform thousands of schools in England into  academies. Academies operate outside of local authority control and get money directly from the central government.   The Department for Education is expected...

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