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Curriculum provision in PRUs and APs
Pupil referral units (PRUs) and alternative provisions (APs) aren't required to follow the National Curriculum, but they do have to provide a good alternative curriculum. Find out what this includes, and see examples of curriculum offers from other PRUs and APs.
- The National Curriculum doesn't apply for APs and PRUs
- AP settings need to provide a good alternative curriculum
- PRUs must provide a 'broad and balanced' curriculum
- AP and PRU curriculum examples
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