Cultural Learning Alliance

When you live with degradation depleting your resources, the magical artistic experience becomes a source of hope; a vision beyond the despair, an indication of how bad could be transformed into better

Camila Batmangelidjh
Founder and Director, Kids Company

Practice

Curriculum support

From September 2014 a new national curriculum comes in to force in England. Read more about this and download the programmes of study here.

The national curriculum is different from the school curriculum which is developed by each individual school tailored to the needs of their children.  The school curriculum comprises all learning and other experiences that each school plans for its pupils. The national curriculum forms one part of the school curriculum.

Schools must publish their school curriculum on their websites.

 

Guidance

The Cultural Learning Alliance consulted extensively with our members during the development of the 2014 new national curriculum. Based on these consultations we have pulled together a list of questions schools could ask of themselves about their school curriculum in Art & Design, Dance, Drama and Music.

We also recommend the guidance published by specialist subject associations:

 


Cultural Campus, BFI. Photo: Olivia Hemingway
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