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To drive the curriculum, teaching, assessment, schools and policy

 

The individual

  • well-being
  • engagement
  • empowerment
  • autonomy

 

Self, others and the wider world

  • encouraging respect and reciprocity
  • promoting interdependence and sustainability
  • empowering local, national and global citizenship (enable children to become active citizens by encouraging their full participation in decision making within the classroom and school, and advancing their understanding of human nights, conflict resolution and social justice. They should develop a sense that human interdependence and the fragility of the world order require a concept of citizenship which is global as well as local and national.)
  • celebrating culture and community.

 

Learning, knowing and doing

  • exploring, knowing, understanding and making sense
  • fostering skill
  • exciting the imagination
  • enacting dialogue.

Domains

(professional curriculum categories for schools to interpret and a starting point for curriculum planning)

 

  • arts and creativity
  • citizenship and ethics
  • faith and belief
  • language, oracy and literacy
  • mathematics
  • physical and emotional health
  • place and time
  • science and technology.


[1] This article is based on and all quotations are taken the from the booklet Introducing the Cambridge Primary Review at http://www.primaryreview.org.uk/Downloads/Finalreport/CPR-booklet_low-res.pdf

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