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The curriculum in academies
What subjects are academies required to teach? This article looks at curriculum requirements in academies, including the subjects they are required to teach, and at the requirement to have a broad and balanced curriculum. It also addresses academy accountability through national tests and exams.
- Academies do not have to follow the National Curriculum
- The curriculum must be broad and balanced
- Subjects that must be taught
- Accountability through national tests and exams
- Academies with EYFS provision
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