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  • Introduction to the renewed secondary Frameworks

    Introduction to 2008 renewed Frameworks to build on the original 2002 Frameworks for teaching English, mathematics, science and ICT. They are based on the programmes of study for the secondary curriculum. The Frameworks are designed to increase pupils' access to excellent teaching and engaging, purposeful learning that will enable them to make good progress through Key Stages 3 and 4.

  • Using the secondary Frameworks

    Overview of the key elements of the Framework outlining what is available for subject leaders to carry out: Planning, Evaluation, adaptation to meet own circumstances, teaching approaches and learning opportunities, pupil progress.

  • Secondary Frameworks: Foreword

    Foreword by Schools Minister, Jim Knight, setting out the importance of the National Strategies as well as explaining the key benefits of the renewed secondary Frameworks for English, mathematics, science and ICT.

  • Planning tool

    Guidance on the secondary frameworks planning tool for teachers. Explains what the tool is for, how it can help, who it is appropriate for and provides installation instructions.

  • Framework guidance for secondary English

    An overview and summary of the planning and teaching guidance provided by the English Framework documentation and website, which lists the revised objectives and goals.

  • Framework guidance for secondary ICT

    Rationale behind the renewed ICT Framework, which builds on the original ICT Framework published in 2002, and is designed to increase pupils' access to excellent ICT teaching, and engaging, purposeful learning that will enable them to make good progress through Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4.

  • Framework guidance for secondary mathematics

    Describes how the Framework for secondary mathematics and associated materials help teachers to adapt and develop effective teaching and learning techniques, develop their understanding of key processes, develop the unit plans in their schemes of work, and consider Subject leader guidance in planning a phased implementation of the new curriculum.

  • English learning objectives

    Secondary Englishj learning objectives, which are organised across Years 7 to 11. The learning objectives show ten strands of development and set out a minimum expectation for the progression in learning of most pupils. You can use the learning objectives to plan sequences of lessons that cluster objectives together into powerful learning experiences. Associated assessment criteria for Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) can also be viewed where relevant.

  • ICT learning objectives

    Secondary ICT learning objectives, which are organised across Years 7 to 11. The learning objectives show four strands of development and set out a minimum expectation for the progression in learning of most pupils. You can use the learning objectives to plan sequences of lessons that cluster objectives together into powerful learning experiences.

  • Mathematics learning objectives

    Secondary mathematics learning objectives, which are organised across Years 7 to 11. The learning objectives show five strands of development and set out a minimum expectation for the progression in learning of most pupils. You can use the learning objectives to plan sequences of lessons that cluster objectives together into powerful learning experiences. Associated assessment criteria for Assessing Pupils' Progress (APP) can also be viewed where relevant.

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