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  • Careers guidance: statutory requirements What are the statutory requirements for careers guidance? We summarise governing boards' and schools’ responsibilities with regards to providing independent careers advice, as outlined in Department for Education guidance. You will also find a definition of 'independent' careers advice.
  • Curriculum jargon buster There are lots of bizarre curriculum terms flying around. Get up to speed on what they mean.
  • Curriculum monitoring: role of the local governing body You're in a unique position to know if your trust's centrally-developed curriculum meets the needs of all pupils in your school. Understand your role and how to raise any concerns you have about the curriculum.
  • Curriculum reports: how to get the information you need Ofsted's 2019 inspection framework has put curriculum in the spotlight, so regular briefings on your school's offering should be on your agenda. Find out what to ask your school leaders to include in these reports, and what questions to ask them.
  • Curriculum requirements: maintained primary schools If your school's reviewing or updating its curriculum, find out what needs to be covered to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Curriculum requirements: maintained secondary schools If you're reviewing or updating your curriculum, find out what you need to cover to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Curriculum requirements: primary academies If your school's reviewing or updating its curriculum, find out what needs to be covered to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Curriculum requirements: secondary academies If your school's reviewing or updating its curriculum, find out what it needs to cover to stay compliant with requirements and meet DfE expectations.
  • Governors' role in monitoring physical education How should governors monitor PE? We look at advice on how governors should monitor physical education in their schools. We link to examples of questions they could ask, and evidence of effective provision. We also consider how schools could use pupil premium funding on PE and sports provision.