Adding Value?: Schools\' Responsibility for the Personal Development of Pupils (Goldsmiths College Series on Curriculum Guidance)

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This book explores provision for pupils personal development within the post-Dearing Curriculum. The editors take the reader through some of the important initiatives, with a particular focus on the work of OFSTED on personal development. A framework is offered to help teachers in their provision for pupils personal development.

A series of contributions then explore critical aspects of personal development, including spiritual and moral development, literacy, citizenship, race and gender equality, sexuality and futures education. A final chapter explores the implications of these contributions on provision for pupils' personal development for the 14-19 curriculum.

The book should be of interest to primary and secondary teachers, teacher educators, students, LEA advisers and all concerned to ensure that the personal development of pupils is brought to the centre of curriculum planning and development.

  • ISBN: 9781858560441
  • Format: Paperback
  • Condition: Used; Good
Publication Date1995
AuthorSally Inman
PublisherTrentham Books Ltd
Pages160
SeriesGoldsmiths College series on curriculum guidance

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