On 11 September 2013 the Secretary of State for Education published the new national curriculum framework following a series of public consultations. You can see the new framework and other linked documents on these pages.
The majority of the new national curriculum will come into force from September 2014, so schools have a year to prepare to teach it. From September 2015, the new national curriculum for English, mathematics and science will come into force for years 2 and 6; English, mathematics and science for key stage 4 will be phased in from September 2015.
Background information on the review, including details of previous publications, can be found in the Review of the national curriculum section.
The national curriculum framework, including programmes of study and attainment targets for key stages 1 to 4, to be taught from September 2014.
Article on GOV.UK 11 September 2013
Information about the consultations on the national curriculum review including the national curriculum framework document and the programmes of study by subject.
General article 10 July 2013
Information on a proposal which seeks to change the subject name of ICT to computing and disapply certain aspects of the current national curriculum from September 2013.
General article 21 June 2013
Information about how student progression and achievement will be assessed.
General article 14 June 2013
Drafts of Key Stage 4 programmes of study for English, mathematics and science documents have been published for information.
General article 19 February 2013
A summary of the responses to the consultation on which languages will be taught at Key Stage 2 in the 2014 National Curriculum.
General article 07 February 2013