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Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
Implications Of The  Changes To The 14 19  Curriculum New
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  • 1. Implications of the Changes to the 14-19 Curriculum By Adam Walsh
  • 2.
    • Technological & Global Economy Changes
    • More Demand For Soft Skills & Work Place Competencies Alongside Academic & Technical Skills For 21 st Century
    • Help Young People Reach Their Full Potential
    • To close the achievement gap, irrespective of race, gender, disability or background
    Why Reform ??
  • 3. Aims of Reform
    • By Age 19 – Education system should have provided the education and training required to succeed in chosen career.
    • Teach young students the skills and knowledge so they and the economy can prosper.
    • Enable more students to achieve level 2/3 to help them obtain and hold onto jobs in the future.
    • Target (2020) – 90% of students achieving level 2
    • 70% Achieving level 3
  • 4. Strategy
    • 2015 – School leavers aged raised to 18
    • Reduce NEET numbers aged 16-18
    • Students offered choice at ages 14 and 16
    • 2013 – New Diplomas available in 17 subjects
    • Apprenticeships – Expanding
    • Functional Skills – ICT, Maths, and English
    • Personal Learning and Thinking Skills
    • More Responsibility with local authorities
  • 5.
    • More options offer a more flexible framework for teachers giving more opportunities to tailor the curriculum for individual students.
    • GCSE/A Levels
    • Diplomas
    • Foundation Tier Learning
    • Apprenticeships
    Options
  • 6. GCSE/A levels
    • Replacing coursework with controlled assessment
    • Examination papers with a broad range of questions – allowing all students to demonstrate their knowledge.
    • Incorporating functional skills into English, maths and ICT to ensure students have skills that employers require.
    • Increased level of questions involving problem solving, and less emphasis on factual knowledge.
    • Better preparation for academic environment in Higher Education
  • 7. Diplomas
    • Combines theoretical and Practical Study
    • Gain valuable work experience in the workplace
    • Flexibility and opportunity to pursue interests.
    • Gain an insight in what work is like in particular area without committing future to it.
    • Diplomas to cover 17 subjects and to become available from 2011
  • 8. Diploma Options
    • Business, Administration and Finance
    • Construction and the Built Environment
    • Creative and Media
    • Engineering
    • Environmental and Land-based Studies
    • Hair and Beauty Studies
    • Hospitality
    • Information Technology
    • Manufacturing and Product Design
    • Public Services
    • Retail Business
    • Society, Health and Development
    • Sport and Active Leisure
    • Travel and Tourism
    • Future Diploma subjects
  • 9. Functional Skills
    • “ Functional skills are practical skills in English, information and communication technology (ICT) and mathematics, that allow individuals to work confidently, effectively and independently in life.”
    • OCR
  • 10. Functional Skills??
    • Key Element To Reform
    • Core Emphasis On English, Math's And ICT
    • Develop Skills essential For Employment
    • Team working
    • Communication
    • Presentation
    • Problem solving
  • 11.
    • The Personal, Learning and Thinking skills framework comprises of 6 groups.
    • These Skills together with functional skills are essential to life, learning and work.
    • The new curriculum aims to give students the opportunity to gain these skills.
    Personal, Learning and Thinking Skills (PLTS)
  • 12. Foundation Tier Learning
    • learning for 14 to 19 year old learners working predominantly at entry level or level 1.
    • Learning programmes integrate vocational/subject learning, personal and social development, and functional skills.
    • Raise learners – Participation, achievement and progression
    • Enables many different routes to higher education
  • 13.  
  • 14. Reform Implications
    • In England, virtually all young people entering higher education in 2010 will have been assessed in different ways from previous cohorts, whether they are entering higher education with A-levels or with another qualification
    • Changes to the 14–19 curriculum and qualifications will mean a review of university admissions policies an entry requirements for all programmes
    • Increased workload for teachers.
    • Will there be enough places for apprenticeships because of the recession
    • Engaging Employers to offer apprenticeships.
    • Communication barriers between schools, colleges and universities.
    • More choices may create more problems?
  • 15. Is Reform a good thing??
    • Population as a whole will be more educated.
    • More options and flexibility for students
    • The education system and employers will need to adapt for system to work.
    • More teaching options available for teachers
    • Are new policies a knee jerk reaction to falling credibility of the English secondary education system??
  • 16. Will Reform work??
  • 17. Bibliography
    • http://www.dcsf.gov.uk/14-19/
    • 14-19 Reforms
    • http://yp.direct.gov.uk/diplomas/
    • Diploma Website
    • http://www.qca.org.uk/qca_6062.aspx
    • Functional Skills Website
    • http://www.qca.org.uk/qca_8153.aspx
    • Foundation Tier Learning
    • http://curriculum.qca.org.uk/key-stages-3-and-4/skills/plts/index.aspx
    • Personal, Learning and Thinking skills
    • http://www.universitiesuk.ac.uk/Newsroom/Media-Releases/Pages/14-19UUKreport.aspx
    • Implications for University Admissions
    • Images and backgrounds were copied using www.Google.co.uk

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