Humanities2020 and the new Ofsted Framework
17 May 2019

Humanities 2020 was planned well before the recent consultation on the new Framework for Inspection, but its recent launch fits well with Ofstedā€™s expectation for inspectors to see a broad, rich curriculum,especially in Key Stage 2. We believe that the humanities are an essential part of such a curriculum, but also that a balanced and broadly-based curriculum is an entitlement for all children, whatever their age. We hope that Humanities 2020 will encourage those in schools, in teacher education and elsewhere to feel empowered to incorporate the humanities into their curriculum plans - and teaching. And so enable primary age children to experience a broad, rich curriculum which will enable them to understand more fully themselves, other people and the world we live in.

Tony Eaude

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