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National Curriculum changes way kids learn

National Curriculum changes way kids learn

 

For decades, Australian educators in different states have been teaching different curricula. From handwriting to history, each state had their own approach to teaching children.

This year, things have changed in Aussie schools.

Teachers, principals, governments, state and territory education authorities, professional education associations, community groups and the general public have been working together to develop national education standards that are applied across every school in Australia.

As a result, new ‘National Curriculum’ is being gradually implemented across the nation and the impact on students and teachers is significant.

Want to know more about what your child will be learning at school?

The Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority (ACARA) has an excellent website that provides information and resources to parents.

Find out more about how the national curriculum will change your child’s classroom learning here


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