Annal Nayyar- Elizabeth Truss speaks to the School Leaders Summit about reforms to the curriculum, exams and school accountability

On 20 January 2011, Education Secretary Michael Gove announced a review of the national curriculum in England. In December 2011 we published ‘The framework for the national curriculum: a report by the expert panel’, which made recommendations to the review. The government’s response to this report was published in June 2012.

The draft national curriculum was subject to a public consultation between February and April 2013, and a revised version was published on 8 July 2013. It was subject to a final public consultation in July and August 2013. We published the new national curriculum on 11 September 2013, and it will be taught from September 2014. The new curriculum for all subjects contains the essential knowledge that all children should learn, but will not dictate how teachers should teach.

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