Rose review ditched

18th June 2010 at 01:00
There is to be another reform of England's primary curriculum

There is to be another reform of England's primary curriculum. The Rose review, which suggested introducing alternatives to subjects, will be ditched. Schools Minister Nick Gibb said it was "vital that we return our curriculum to its intended purpose - a minimum national entitlement organised around subject disciplines".

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