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Is the new Curriculum for Wales on track?

27 September 2021
  • Tell us your views

    The new Curriculum for Wales is part of a large education reform programme that has been taking place during the last decade.

    There are plans for the new Curriculum for Wales to be rolled out from September 2022 and the way children learn in primary and secondary schools will be different.

    Given how important new Curriculum for Wales reform is to pupils, parents and others in Wales, we want to look at whether the Welsh Government’s implementation plans are on track.

    We’ve written a blog on it to detail our audit plans and invite people, including parents and teachers, to complete our survey.