Following a number of reforms to the Secondary curriculum, as well as policy proposals around EBacc, NAHT has released its report following a survey of secondary school leaders. Respondents were asked their views on EBacc, AS/A-Levels, transition and mental health and wellbeing in secondary schools.
NAHT's Limited Choices report highlights that:
- The majority of individuals (87%) are opposed to the proposal that at least 90% of students in mainstream secondary schools should be entered for the EBacc.
- Of those that responded, 79% reported a negative impact of the EBacc policy on the curriculum offer in their school.
The full report can be accessed below.
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