Councillor criticises curriculum as Powys prepares for roll-out

By countytimes.co.uk

6 months ago


TEACHERS should teach rather than having to “figure out” what should be taught a councillor has said.

At a meeting of Powys County Council’s Learning and Skills committee meeting on Friday, July 15 councillors and lay-members were given a presentation on the new Secondary School Strategy for the county, by head of education Georgina Bevan.

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