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Implications of the Changes to the 14-19 Curriculum

Implications of the Changes to the 14-19 Curriculum

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  • Implications of the Changes to the 14-19 Curriculum Gary Waugh
  • Introduction and Overview
    • Why is the curriculum changing ?
    • What is being changed ?
    • Implications of these changes ?
  • Reasons for Change
    • Address skills issues
    • Improve participation and deal with disengagement
    • Increase Achievement
    • Challenge and stretch at high levels
    • Support and qualifications at low levels
  • 14-19 Education - 4 Routes National Qualifications Framework (NQF) Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF) 4 3 2 1 Entry Apprenticeships Diploma Foundation GCSE A Level
  • Functional Skills
    • English, Maths and ICT
    • Directly address literacy and numeracy issues
    • Platform on which to build employability skills
    • Free-standing qualifications
    • Integral part of Diploma, Apprenticeships and Foundation Learning
  • Personal, learning and thinking skills
    • Areas of competence most demanded by employers
    • Skills :
    • - team working and effective participation
    • - independent enquiry and self-management
    • - reflective learning and creative thinking
  • New Secondary Curriculum
    • Less prescription more flexibility
    • Coherence and communality
    • Focus on aims
  • Implications
    • For pupils :
      • More choice and entitlement
      • More support at lower levels and challenge at higher
    • For education providers :
      • Wider curriculum - Diploma and Foundation Learning
      • Increased resources required
  • Conclusions
    • Flexible routes for learning
    • Focus on skills
    • Addresses learning issues
    • Challenge and resources