Across the Curriculum
This book has been designed for governors, parents, students and practising teachers who want to find out about curriculum practices in schools which go beyond statutory orders for the UK National Curriculum core and foundation subjects. It shows how particular curriculum activities help build conceptual links between disciplines. The author communicates the different possibilities available to schools to help children become active members of society.
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