National curriculum: video interviews for schools
Video interviews on the new national curriculum and how it can be taught in schools.
Headteachers, members of the expert groups who contributed to the design of the new curriculum and others speak about how they are using the new national curriculum in their schools and about how schools can prepare for the changes.
Visit the department’s national curriculum playlist on YouTube for a full list of videos.
Tim Oates on assessment
Tim Oates from Cambridge Assessment talks about the reasons for changing assessment in the new curriculum and the rationale behind moving away from levels.
Alison Peacock, Headteacher of the Wroxham Primary School (teaching school) in Hertfordshire, talks about the national curriculum changes for primary schools.
Science programmes of study
Pauline Hoyle, Chair of the expert group of the national curriculum for science, talks about changes to the curriculum and how teachers can prepare for them.
The mathematics curriculum
Debbie Morgan, Director for Primary at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics, talks about changes to the curriculum.
Computing: interview with Mark Dorling
We talked to Mark Dorling about the help that Computing at School can offer to teachers who are preparing for the new computing curriculum.
Published: 4 February 2014
Updated: 29 May 2014
- Added the video 'Tim Oates on assessment'.
- Added two videos about changes to the computing curriculum and a primary school's approach to using new technology.
- First published.