Schools not ready for new national curriculum, new poll reveals

29 August 2014

More than six out of 10 teachers said their school was not “fully prepared to teach the new curriculum”.

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Schools not ready for new national curriculum

More than six out of 10 teachers said their school was not “fully prepared to teach the new curriculum” – which is supposed to be introduced this term – in the poll of 618 primary and secondary teachers carried out by the the Association of Teachers and Lecturers (ATL). Read more

‘It’s an opportunity to bring in young people’

Tessa Ross, the incoming chief executive of the National Theatre, has said that she sees her new role as an opportunity to “bring in young people” to the venue. Read more

Maxine Peake leads performers’ call for end to arts cuts

Maxine Peake is among a group of actors, musicians and artists calling for tougher action against government cuts to public services, which would see arts funding return to pre-2010 levels. Read more

Priority booking now open for 'Creating Links conference'

The Creating Links Conference will gather arts organisations, researchers and local authorities at the forefront of effective research and delivery; from ethical approaches, to pedagogy, to forum theatre, to work with excluded and marginalised young people. Read more

Job opportunity for young people

Theatre Peckham has a great opportunity for someone who wants to develop their administrative skills in an Arts Environment. Read more

National Paralympic Day

Join this celebration featuring Mayor of London's Liberty Festival, cheer on sporting champions and enjoy a host of free family activities and entertainment. Read more