Four-year KS4

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Motion #52
  • Devon

THAT Conference believes that the introduction of a four-year key stage 4 in some schools may have led to the narrowing of experiences for key stage 3 students.

Conference therefore instructs the Executive Committee to put forward to the Joint Executive Council that the Joint Executive Council investigate the impact of this on:

(a) the well-being of staff and students

(b) results at GCSE

(c) key stage 3 in general.