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Last updated on 3 May 2017
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How can we ensure our curriculum meets the needs of all our pupils? One of our associate education experts suggests ways in which a governing board can act as a 'critical friend' in relation to the curriculum. We look at curriculum statements and resources to support curriculum evaluation.

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  1. Challenging the headteacher
  2. Curriculum statements
  3. Supporting evaluation
  4. Role of the curriculum committee

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