Weekly Bulletin

December 2013
Children's Services Parliamentary Monitor;12/9/2013, Issue 633, p1
The article provides an overview of children's services activity in Whitehall and Westminster, England on December 2-6, 2013. Events and debates include free school meals for infants, links between British and Chinese universities and consultation on curriculum reform. Consultations are launched for the Children and Families Bill and draft programmes of study for English and mathematics at key stage four. Also mentioned is the publication of several ministerial speeches in the country.


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