The curriculum resources located in this section provide links, guidance and support materials for the curriculums in England, Scotland and Wales. For the Art and Design National Curriculum in England, published by the Department for Education 2013, NSEAD has published a parallel, alternative curriculum

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Data targets in art and design
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This resource is the work of the NSEAD Special Interest Group who looked at the use of data in secondary schools for art and design. Our thanks go…

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The National Curriculum in England
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In this section you will find NSEAD's 'parallel' Art and Design curriculum. Running alongside the DfE's national curriculum, the NSEAD's 'Parallel Curriculum'…

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The Curriculum for Excellence (Scotland)
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Curriculum for Excellence aims to achieve a transformation in education in Scotland by providing a coherent, more flexible and enriched curriculum from…

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A new curriculum for Wales
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A new curriculum for Wales was published in May 2019. Traditional boundaries between subjects will be scrapped in Wales's new curriculum in favour of…

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Assessment and progression
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In June 2013, Michael Gove MP, the then Secretary of State for Education announced that as part of reforms to the national curriculum, the art and design…

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Baseline Thinking in Art and Design
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Baseline Thinking in Art and Design is guidance for subject leaders and teachers of art and design in secondary schools. It sets out the context to the…

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Curriculum Case Studies

The materials in this section provide case studies shared by classroom practitioners and Ofsted (2008-18) teaching in secondary across the UK. We will…

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Art and Design Expert Advisory Group Resources
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The materials in this section are aimed at anyone who has a responsibility to train teachers or to deliver the new National Curriculum in England

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