Warning of factory-farmed kids as curriculum narrows with EBacc

From NATRELeave a Comment

GCSE entries to subjects outside the Government’s EBacc school performance
measure slide

The number of entries from students in England taking GCSEs in subjects that are not included in the EBacc – the school performance measure introduced in 2010 by then-Secretary of State for Education Michael Gove, in one year has fallen by 11.1% from 2017 to 2018, while the number of entries in EBacc subjects has risen by 4.5%. A group of organisations representing subjects outside the EBacc is warning that this narrowing of the school curriculum risks producing ‘factory-farmed kids’ who lack a…

Follow us on …

Leave a Comment

avatar