The UK Cambridge Primary Review proposes a 'community curriculum'. With a national and community curriculum, it suggests that time be divided between them on the basis of 70/30 per cent of the yearly teaching total. The UK Royal Society for the Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (RSA) advocates an ‘area based curriculum’ to enhance student learning. This is:
For school leadership teams, teachers, school councils, parent groups, community organisations and local government, the RSA resources include:
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