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30 Apr 2009   Better by design –
Better by design – Sir Jim’s proposals capture the essentials of primary design and technology Sir Jim Rose’s final report on the primary curriculum is good news for children’s learning in design and technology. The Design and Technology Association welcomes the draft programme for scientific and technological understanding. The proposals ...
23 Mar 2009   CfSA response to the GTCE Code of Conduct and Practice
The CfSA has now responded to the proposed GTCE Code of Conduct for Teachers. For the full response please click here. 
12 Mar 2009   Mathematics Development Programme for Teachers (MDPT) and Science Additional Specialism Programme - physics or chemistry (SASP)
From summer 2009, the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) will be launching two national CPD programmes to support Government targets to increase the number of specialist teachers of mathematics, physics and chemistry.   The Mathematics Development Programme for Teachers (MDPT) and Science Additional Specialism Programme - physics or ...
12 Mar 2009   Pilot national CPD database
As part of an expanding package of support for the children’s workforce in schools, the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA) has developed a pilot national database of continuing professional development (CPD) provision.   The pilot database will be a valuable source of information on all CPD opportunities for ...
2 Mar 2009   CfSA response to the Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum
The Council for Subject Associations has now published its response to the Independent Review of the Primary Curriculum.   A copy of the document can be downloaded by clicking here
23 Feb 2009   QCA tender for the analysis of responses to the consultation into the Review of the Primary Curriculum
The QCA have announced a new specification available for tender: Analysis of responses to the consultation into the Review of the Primary Curriculum.   QCA wishes to appoint a contractor/associate to analyse responses to the national consultation: A full pdf version of the project specification can be downloaded from the ...
22 Feb 2009   Emap Education Show 2009
CfSA can now confirm that we will be exhibiting on behalf of its members at the Emap Education show 2009, which takes place on the 26th to 28th March at the NEC in Birmingham. Further details on the event can be found here. We can also confirm that we plan ...
22 Feb 2009   Tomorrow’s Teacher - a new competition for you and your class
Teachers TV in association with ESRC (the Economic and Social Research Council) is launching an exciting, cross curriculum project for you and your class called Tomorrow’s Teacher. The aim is to inspire you and your students to imagine the future: to consider how today's rapid pace of change will impact ...
20 Feb 2009   The Cambridge Primary Review publish report
The Cambridge Primary Review have now published their report Towards a New Primary Curriculum. A briefing document and the two part report can be downloaded directly from the Cambridge Primary Review website. For further details please click here. For the reaction of the national press to the report, please see ...
3 Feb 2009   GTCE Code of Conduct
The GTCE has recently published a draft Code of Conduct and Practice for teachers’. CfSA will shortly be consulting its members on the code with a view to submitting a joint subject association response.  Details of the joint response will be published on the CfSA website once the consultation period ...
2 Feb 2009   CfSA Primary Review Meeting
The CfSA will be holding a two day residential conference on the 9th and 10th February to construct a joint subject association response to the publication of Jim Rose’s interim report into the review of the Primary Curriculum. The conference will take place at the University of Warwick Conference Centre.
2 Feb 2009   CfSA/DCSF Briefing Conference
We are delighted to confirm that the next CfSA/DCSF Briefing Conference will take place on Thursday 2nd April at the Tate Modern. More details on the scope of this event will be circulated in due course.

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