FORUM Volume 53 (2011) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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A Comprehensive Curriculum

EDITORIAL A Comprehensive Curriculum: reaffirmation and renewal, pages 3‑9
MICHAEL FIELDING

A Massive Power Grab from Local Communities: the real significance of the 2010 White Paper and the 2011 Education Bill, pages 11‑14
CLYDE CHITTY

The Seesaw Curriculum: it's time that educational policy matured, pages 15‑30
JOHN ELLIOTT

Curricula for the Common School: what shall we tell our children?, pages 31‑48
TONY BOOTH

Curriculum Lost: a festival of errors, pages 49‑66
MIKE DAVIES

Introduction to Robin Alexander, pages 67‑70
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

Legacies, Policies and Prospects: one year on from the Cambridge Primary Review, pages 71‑92
ROBIN ALEXANDER Free to download

Curriculum Autonomy through Curriculum Expertise, pages 93‑100
GARETH PIMLEY

Time and Narrative at Eight Years Old: an essay in interpretation, pages 101‑112
MICHAEL ARMSTRONG

What is Radical in School Geography Today?, pages 113‑128
JOHN MORGAN

Big Society? Better History? Or Same Old Nonsense? Drawing the Battle Lines for the Future of School History, pages 129‑144
ALASDAIR SMITH

Mathematics and Comprehensive Ideals, pages 145‑152
ANNE WATSON

Can Education Compensate for Society?, pages 153‑162
RICHARD PRING

Can Schools Change Society?', pages 163‑172
BERNARD BARKER

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