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The draft of the new curriculum has been unveiled, in what has been called a “major milestone” in the biggest reform to Welsh schools in decades.
The education minister said the new curriculum would be a “big culture change” and “very different to what most of us will have experienced”.
It will be introduced in 2022 for all children currently in Year 3 or below.
But unions have raised concerns that the aspirations could be jeopardised due to underfunding and job cuts.
The new curriculum aims to rethink what and how young people should be taught, and introduces six broad areas of learning and experience (AOLE).
It will be introduced in primary and Year 7 classrooms from September 2022 before being rolled out to all year groups.
Universities, employers, teachers and parents are now being asked to give their views before the final version is published next year.