2014 Curriculum history updates
With the on-going consultation on the 2014 National Curriculum, below are a list of documents and materials relating to the debate around the proposals.
2014 National Curriculum proposals - DfE website - History page 165
Consultation documents - closing 16th April 2013 - DfE website
Proposals response form - closing 16th April 2013 - DfE website
Historical Association response to the proposals - HA website
Media response to the proposals - HA website
As part of the inputs on the National Curriculum, Jerome Freeman, Chair of the Historical Association's Primary Committee at the Midlands History Forum 9.3.13, provided an insight into how the current (March 2013) unrevised proposals could be incorporated into a KS1 / KS2 curriculum.
*NOTE: These are initial thoughts are for discussion only and should not be thought of as guidance. Leaders of history SHOULD NOT be using the file below to base changes to schemes of work ahead of the publication of the final orders.
Jerome Freeman File (1.3 MB)
Primary Curriculum to 2014
Assessment for Learning in Practice (42 KB)
Assessment in Primary History (107 KB)
Breadth of Study Overviews (39 KB)
Exciting History 1 (537 KB)
History in the Revised Primary Curriculum to 2014 (145 KB)
Key Stage 3 to 2014
Revising Key Stage 3 History - A Rough Guide (71.5 KB)
Guidance on Success Criteria and Split Levels (43 KB)
Exciting History 1 (50.5 KB)
Redrafting Chart (31 KB)
Revising Existing Specifications (27.5 KB)
Revising Existing Specifications 2 (27.5 KB)
Student Self Assessment (27.5 KB)
Click here for Historical Association Home page for advice on the KS3 curriculum. You will need to sign up to access the site but there is no charge.
Key Stage 4
Find this years national GCSE results on the JCQ web site at http://www.jcq.org.uk/national_results/gcses/
Key Stage 5
Find this years national A Level results http://www.jcq.org.uk/national_results/gcses/
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