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Llandrindod Wells C.P. School

Working Together to Achieve Our Best

The Curriculum in Wales is changing

Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies

Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies 1 Our Competition Winners
Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies 2 Enterprising Creative Contributors
Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies 3 Ambitious, Capable Learners
Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies 4 Healthy, Confident Individuals
Our Four Core Purposes Character Competition Winners - WOW. Helped by Local artist Rob Davies 5 Ethical Informed Citizens

A new curriculum for Wales 2022

On 30 June 2015, the Minister for Education and Skills announced that the Welsh Government would accept, in full, all of the recommendations set out in Successful Futures, Professor Graham Donaldson’s independent review of the curriculum and assessment arrangements in Wales.  Building on the Digital Pioneers model announced on 10 June 2015, this document sets out how, working in a new way with schools, local authorities, regional consortia, Estyn, leading academics and employers as well as other key stakeholders we will together build our new curriculum in Wales.

 

This is an exciting time for the young people of Wales. A new Curriculum for Wales is coming that will enthuse learners from 3 to 16, giving them the foundations they need to succeed in a changing world.

 

Schools will have some flexibility in determining how and when they begin first teaching of the new curriculum. Our ambition is that by 2021 settings and schools will be using the new curriculum to underpin teaching and learning for children and young people aged 3-16. A New Deal for the Education Workforce will equip education professionals to deliver the new curriculum.
 

4 purposes

The 4 purposes will be at the heart of our new curriculum. They will be the starting point for all decisions on the content and experiences developed as part of the curriculum to support our children and young people to be:

  • ambitious, capable learners ready to learn throughout their lives
  • enterprising, creative contributors, ready to play a full part in life and work
  • ethical, informed citizens of Wales and the world
  • healthy, confident individuals, ready to lead fulfilling lives as valued members of society.
     

Key elements

The new curriculum will include:

  • 6 Areas of Learning and Experience from 3 to 16
  • 3 cross curriculum responsibilities: literacy, numeracy and digital competence
  • progression reference points at ages 5, 8, 11, 14 and 16
  • achievement outcomes which describe expected achievements at each progression reference point.


The curriculum will be organised into 6 Areas of Learning and Experience:

  • Expressive arts
  • Health and well-being
  • Humanities (including RE which should remain compulsory to age 16)
  • Languages, literacy and communication (including Welsh, which should remain compulsory to age 16, and modern foreign languages)
  • Mathematics and numeracy
  • Science and technology (including computer science).

 

 

 

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