Let the post-Covid curriculum clear-out commence

Leaders and teachers have spent a lot of time in the past year considering their curriculum approaches and the importance of what they are teaching and when. Beautifully organised maps and carefully sequenced progression have dominated lots of thinking.

It might be tempting to launch straight into these plans in September. After all,

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