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Condensed Key Stage 3 curriculum: pros and cons
- 1 Are schools allowed to condense KS3?
- 2 Findings from the National Curriculum review
- 3 Possible advantages of a condensed KS3 curriculum
- 4 Possible disadvantages of a condensed KS3 curriculum
- 5 Condensed KS3 curriculum: timetabling & staffing considerations
- 6 Case study: focusing on pupil outcomes
- 7 Case study: raising pupil aspiration through personalisation
- 7 external links
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