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Many primary heads 'would have preferred to delay Wales' new curriculum'

Many primary heads 'would have preferred to delay Wales' new curriculum'

More than half of secondaries said they won't start the new curriculum for Wales until September 2023 (Image: South Wales Echo) Some primaries are not ready to teach pupils under the new curriculum for Wales next term and would have liked the choice to delay it, headteachers say. The National Association of...

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Laura Doel NAHT Cymru National Association of Headteachers Cymru South Wales Echo Wales' Welsh Government

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