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Peter Pumfrey
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Falmer Press (November 1, 1993)
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Foundation Subjects a. .This volume brings together writings of specialists in the key components of both the whole and the basic curriculum

Foundation Subjects a.This volume brings together writings of specialists in the key components of both the whole and the basic curriculum. It sets out to describe and discuss cultural diversity and the whole curriculum from a variety of perspectives and to consider how the concerns of ethnic groups may be addressed within the framework of the national curriculum. To th First published in 1993.

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First published in 1993. This volume brings together writings of specialists in the key components of both the whole and the basic curriculum

First published in 1993. To this end, specialists in areas of the curriculum consider some of the challenges and describe promising practices in the secondary school

In book: Foundation Subjects and Religious Education in the Primary School, p. 7-27. No school had a fully developed strategy for preparing students through the curriculum for life in a diverse society.

In book: Foundation Subjects and Religious Education in the Primary School, p. Cite this publication. Contains 85 references.

Religious education is the term given to education concerned with religion. It may refer to education provided by a church or religious organization, for instruction in doctrine and faith, or for education in various aspects of religion, but without explicitly religious or moral aims, . in a school or college. The term is often known as religious studies.

Education in compulsory school is a vital arena within which this issue can be.The proportion of children and staff with minority cultural and religious.

Education in compulsory school is a vital arena within which this issue can be studied. tradition the family belongs to, and in Estonia it is a school subject that is non-confessional but only arranged for if there are enough pupils who demand it. RE is discussed in the Nordic countries and in the southern Baltic region. Increasing immigration has led to changes in children’s life worlds. The proportion of children and staff with minority cultural and religious backgrounds in day care centres and schools has grown and continues to grow, albeit at different rates in the different countries.

Peter D. Pumfrey, Gajendra K. Verma. To this end, specialists in areas of the curriculum consider some of the challenges and describe promising practices in the secondary school. Much remains undecided concerning the structure, content, pedagogy and assessment of many components of the primary-school curriculum.

Preface; Acknowledgments; List of Tables and Figures; List of Abbreviations; Part One: Towards Cultural Pluralism through the Curriculum in Primary Education; 1. Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum: Context, Challenges and Responses P. D. Pumfrey 2. Cultural Diversity in Primary Schools: Its Nature, Extent and Curricular Implications G. K. Verma 3. The .

Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum. Volume 1. The Foundation Subjects and Religious Education in Secondary Schools. Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum

Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum. Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum. Volume 2. Cross Curricular Contexts, Themes and Dimensions in Secondary Schools. Volume 3. The Foundation Subjects and Religious Education in Primary Schools.

The statutory primary national curriculum, including programmes of study and attainment targets, for all subjects at key .

The statutory primary national curriculum is issued by law, which means you must follow it unless there is a good reason not to. Schools are not required by law to teach the example content in or the content indicated as being ‘non-statutory’.

This, the third of four volumes in the series "Cultural Diversity and the Curriculum", brings together the writings of specialists in the key components of both the whole and the basic curriculum. The series considers contexts, challenges and responses to cultural, ethnic and religious diversity as they impact on the school curriculum, covering issues which will be faced by any nation in which cultural and religious diversities exist. The book opens with an overview of the implications of cultural diversity in the primary school, going on to consider practice in the Content Fields, with chapters covering each of the curricular areas of Religious Education and the nine foundation subjects: English, Mathematics, Science, Technology, History, Geography, Music, Arts and Physical Education. Appendices include the Race Relations Act, relevant publications and administrative arrangements governing the funding available through Section 11 of the Local Government Act. Followed by Volume 4, covering cross-curricular elements, themes and dimensions at the primary school stage and complemented by Volume 1 (Foundation Subjects and Religious Education in the Secondary School, Faimer Press 1993) and Volume 2 (Cross Curricular Contexts, Themes and Dimensions in the Secondary School Falmer Press 1993), this series covers aspects relating to a curriculum that is sensitive to all groups; a curriculum that shows the way forward in this increasingly culturally diverse society.