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The Key Stage 4 curriculum (November 2005) UK
The Key Stage 4 curriculum (November 2005)
This is a 33-page Ofsted report evaluating how well schools are adapting to the curriculum at Key Stage 4 and meeting the needs of students as a result of changes that now allow a flexible approach and the statutory entitlement to work-related learning.
-examine the changes being made by schools to the curriculum in Key Stage 4 and the effects these have had on pupilsメ achievement
- explore the use of programmes to motivate those young people who have lost interest in school and become disengaged from learning
- assess the quality of provision made outside school for young people who have absented themselves or have been excluded from school
- evaluate the links between schools, other providers and local education authorities (LEAs).
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BBC News website : 14-19 learning area
BBC News website : 14-19 learning area
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