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Values added: what the 2016-17 academic year holds for citizenship

Take the opportunity to explore the post-Brexit landscape

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Citizenship has an important role to play in post-Brexit England. It is a subject where pupils can research, discuss and learn about the changing relations between the UK and its neighbours, and so should be seen as integral by school leaders.

The subject of the UK’s relations with the European Union and Europe is a teaching requirement in citizenship and forms part of the new GCSEs in citizenship studies available for first teaching from autumn 2016. During 2016-17, pupils will benefit from having the space to explore, discuss and think critically about the issues that the referendum has ...

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