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The curriculum in academies

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Last updated on 13 November 2017
School types: Academy · School phases: All
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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.

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  1. 1 Academies do not have to follow the National Curriculum
  2. 2 The curriculum must be broad and balanced
  3. 3 Subjects that must be taught
  4. 4 Accountability through national tests and exams
  5. 5 Academies with EYFS provision

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