'Under the proposals, all pupils in England would be required to study history, geography, a foreign language, design and technology and the arts until at least 16, even if they are not planning to take a GCSE in them.' Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2076297/History-geography-compulsory-16-major-shake-national-curriculum.html#ixzz1mwvacn3y What I love about teaching Geography at KS4 is that students have chosen to be there, it can be a useful lever to encourage good behaviour and positive learning for all. But what if Mr Gove pushes on with plans to make it compulsory - I assume that students taking the EB would still have a choice about History or Geography, but will all be pushed to take the EB? What would that mean for joyful KS4 lessons?? Answers on a postcard please.