With the upcoming implementation of the new National Curriculum, The Primary Curriculum 2014 web site looks very useful for all primary school teachers. This independent site contains many downloadable documents, which should prove invaluable, as well as easy to see programmes of study, broken down for easy reading. This website contains many support documents and links for teachers and schools in preparing to implement the new curriculum.
The freely downloadable Resource Pack contains 12 of the key documents to support schools in implementing the new curriculum, including jigsaws, changes documents, progression charts, Key Objective assessment lists, and Excel spreadsheets for tracking progress against the objectives.
“This website was put together during the course of 2013-14 and updated with each published draft of the National Curriculum. The content now represents that which appears in the statutory National Curriculum document, to be enacted from September 2014 onwards. All of the content, which is drawn from the National Curriculum, is used under the Open Government Licence (see link below). Additional content, such as the comparison documents for mathematics have been created by Michael Tidd and are published under a Creative Commons licence for non-commercial use. “(Primary Curriculum, About Page)
The site offers information about statutory assessment which still seems to be being updated as things change, offering teachers the opportunity of keeping up to date without having to scour through lots of different sites to find the relevant information. Current KS1 and KS2 assessment information for summer 2016 is already there.