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Studies (Co-Ordination)

Volume 80: debated on Tuesday 11 June 1985

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asked the Secretary of State for Education and Science what co-ordination there is of studies between successive classes and successive schools.

Arrangements to ensure proper continuity and progression throughout the compulsory period of education should form an important part of LEAs’ and schools’ policies for the curriculum. One aspect of the Government's policy for improving standards in schools is to encourage the further development of such arrangements.