This consultation is a follow-up to the consultation and call for evidence on elective home education held by the Department for Education in 2018.
It seeks views on proposed legislation to establish a register maintained by local authorities of children not attending mainstream schools, together with associated duties on parents and the proprietors of certain educational settings. It also consults on proposed legislation to establish a duty to support parents who educate children at home and seek support from their local authority in doing so.
Mon, 24 Jun 2019 09:00
The Welsh Government have announced the draft new curriculum. This major overhaul of the curriculum will be introduced in 2020 and is built around six "areas of learning and experience". Religious education will remain statutory and be contained in the Humanities AoLE.
Before responding, it's a good idea to check out the draft Curriculum for Wales 2022 guidance and NSS consultation responses and write ups, including:
- NSS broadly welcomes changes to RE and RSE in Welsh curriculum
- A transformational curriculum – proposals for a new legislative framework NSS response
- Draft guidance on relationships and sexuality education NSS response
- Welsh government to put non-religious worldviews on curriculum
- Welsh faith schools will keep distorting sex education, NSS warns
- NSS welcomes Welsh Government plans to reform RE
Fri, 19 Jul 2019 09:00