National Curriculum

Is it true that the English/British National Curriculum still stands as a public (in the sense of goverment) statement of the national view of the English language?


I would think that a lot of the public would not even know the NC let alone consider it their view.

Do you mean general public? or national view as in the official stance?

cheer stew.t.

Don’t understand the question/s, Stew.

hi Molly

Thanks for your correction, using your red highlight like a big red pen, reminds me of a school miss.

I do not understand your question either. Public can mean the people on the street or reflection of the public authorities.

I’ve edited the thread post. Have a look and tell me what you think.