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The new national curriculum will begin to be implemented in September 2014. Ahead of the change, TES Connect’s maths adviser Craig Barton has put together this short guide to what’s changing for secondary maths teachers, along with some resources to help you make the transition.
The Key Stage 3 Programme of Study has already been confirmed, while the Programme of Study for Key Stage 4 is still under consultation.
General changes to the maths curriculum
The new maths curriculum – in detail
Key timeline for secondary
Current Year 8 students (next year’s Year 9) will be the first students to sit the new GCSEs under the new National Curriculum.
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Still have questions about the new curriculum? Join us on Monday 10 March between 7 and 8pm for our live chat with DfE minister Liz Truss. You can also discuss the finer points of the new curriculum with the DfE's Stephen Rogers on Thursday 13 March between 6 and 7pm.