School websites: publishing curriculum information

Understand what you need to publish about your school's curriculum, and see examples of what other schools publish and in what format.

Last reviewed on 21 May 2024See updates
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Contents
  1. What you need to publish
  2. Demonstrating the accessibility of your curriculum
  3. School examples
  4. You don't need to publish a 'curriculum intent' statement

Maintained schools You must publish: The content of your school's curriculum in each academic year for every subject (including religious education, even if it’s part of another subject) The names of any phonics or reading schemes your school uses in Key Stage (KS) 1 A list of the courses available to pupils at KS4, including GCSEs How parents/carers or other members of the public can find out more about the curriculum your school is following Your published approach to the curriculum should also include how you’re complying with your duties under the Equality Act 2010 and the Special Educational Needs and Disability Regulations 2014, about making the curriculum accessible for those with disabilities or special educational needs (SEN). This is set out in the DfE's guidance on what maintained schools must publish online. You must publish your curriculum content for the whole academic year, not just for the term you're in. The DfE confirmed this. You must also publish: A written statement

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