How are you going to tackle the changes?
The new National Curriculum for KS3 has now come into effect. We know this is a difficult time for you so we’ve put together this page to help you manage the changes.
Help your KS3 students prepare effectively for the new GCSE
The new GCSE specifications are beginning to come into effect, starting with English and maths in September 2015, and following with further subjects changing in September 2016 (including geography, history, languages, religious studies and science) and 2017.
What can you do to help prepare your KS3 students now?
We're hearing that some teachers are helping their KS3 students prepare for the skills they will need for the new GCSEs by updating their KS3 Scheme of Work, as well as looking to refresh their classroom resources.
If you're thinking about updating your KS3 course, we have a range of resources that will help your KS3 students build the skills and knowledge they need for a smooth transition to GCSE - see below for further information per subject. We have KS3 resources for English, geography, history, languages (French, Spanish and German), maths, RE and science.
Want to discuss your needs further?
To discuss your specific needs, simply arrange an appointment with your local Educational Consultant. If you're planning to invest in new resources for GCSE and KS3, your local Educational Consultant will be able to give you the best deal.
An up-to-date French course specifically designed for your high-ability learners
The number 1 KS3 course, evolved for today’s teachers and students
Gripping and truly memorable history to inspire your young historians
The best-selling series, updated for the new KS3 Programme of Study
A brand new course for the new KS3 curriculum with direct links to MyMaths
Updated for the new Key Stage 3 Programme of Study
A brand new KS3 science course for 2014 with assessment by expert Dr. Andrew Chandler-Grevatt
New for KS3 to reinvigorate teaching and learning
Bring real families of faith into your classroom
Inspire all your 11-14 students with brand new Allez, whatever their starting point at KS3
Kerboodle provides blended, online resources to accompany our new courses for Key Stage 3. Kerboodle is intuitive, customizable and can be accessed online anytime, anywhere.
See how Activate covers the curriculum changes for 2014 with new content, a new assessment model and Working Scientifically
See whether MyMaths is the course for you and your students with this sample material from Student Book 2B
Jill Carter, author of Ignite, writes about the greater freedom provided by the new curriculum
Take a closer look at how Allez delivers through this scheme of work.
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