Consultation responses

The Royal Society responds to consultations on science and mathematics education as part of our role in providing independent advice to government and other organisations.

Review of the National Curriculum in England (April 2011)

Department for Education call for evidence regarding the review of the primary and secondary National Curriculum in England.

English Baccalaureate (March 2011)

House of Commons Education Select Committee inquiry into the English Baccalaureate.

BIS consultations (October 2010)

Department for Business, Innovation and Skills consultation on Skills Required for Sustainable Growth and A Simplified Further Education and Skills Funding System and Methodology.

Ofsted consultation (October 2010)

House of Commons Education Select Committee inquiry into the role and performance of Ofsted.

Ofqual consultation (March 2010)

Ofqual consultation on the regulation of qualifications, examinations and assessment.

Science and Learning Expert Group (September 2009)

Science and Learning Expert Group consultation on the framework for progression and achievement in science learning.

GCSE Science Criteria (September 2009)

Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency consultation on proposed changes to the content and assessment of science GCSEs.

Primary curriculum review (July 2009)

Consultation led by Sir Jim Rose, reporting to the Department for Children, Schools and Families, to inform an independent review of the primary national curriculum.