Pupils add ideas to curriculum review

June 2008
Children & Young People Now (Haymarket Business Publications Ltd;6/11/2008, p10
The article reports on the contribution of children from 17 schools to the governments review of the primary curriculum in Great Britain. The children cited during the review the key education figures that make learning exciting. In addition, the nine-to eleven-years old revealed that they wanted to be involved in choosing what they learn. Mick Waters, directors of curriculum at the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority, gather the ideas from pupils as evidence for the review.


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