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GCSE Science 2011 onwards

Discussion in 'Science' started by theshoogliepeg, Jan 24, 2011.

  1. OK, so the Specs for new Science GCSEs have been submitted. So why the delay?
    Reasons below:

    Ofqual statement on the White Paper - 'The Importance of Teaching'<font style="background-color:#eaedf1;">[/i]
    Am I the only one who keeps thinking of the current governments push to get rid of modules could be a factor?
    Could we be going linear from September in Science?
    If so, I wish the government would hurry up as I have a curriculum to plan!
    What are other subject leaders thinking? I'm getting rather cross to be honest.......

     
  2. OK, so the Specs for new Science GCSEs have been submitted. So why the delay?
    Reasons below:

    Ofqual statement on the White Paper - 'The Importance of Teaching'<font style="background-color:#eaedf1;">[/i]
    Am I the only one who keeps thinking of the current governments push to get rid of modules could be a factor?
    Could we be going linear from September in Science?
    If so, I wish the government would hurry up as I have a curriculum to plan!
    What are other subject leaders thinking? I'm getting rather cross to be honest.......

     
  3. emkay

    emkay New commenter

    https://community.tes.co.uk/forums/t/419273.aspx?PageIndex=4See my last comment
     
  4. mousey80

    mousey80 Occasional commenter

    Cross is right!
     

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