chapter  8
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Training for the National Curriculum

ByBill Lahr

Criticism of this nature is supported by evidence that in many primary schools only the most tentative attempts are being made to incorporate history and geography into regular programmes of work. At the same time a majority

of teachers will continue to face with trepidation the advent of Orders for physical education, music and art, with, so far, little in the way of concentrated planning to deal with these new demands.