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'Non-negotiables' in the primary curriculum
Are there examples of ‘non-negotiable’ achievements? We explain that no aspect of the National Curriculum is described as ‘non-negotiable’. We include a case study on a school’s non-negotiables for writing, and also provide examples of non-negotiable lists from primary schools.
- National Curriculum expectations
- Case study: non-negotiables in writing for teachers
- Primary school examples
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