Updated National Curriculum Jigsaw

The National Curriculum Jigsaw Outlines can now be found in the Free Resources section along with many other free resources for curriculum and assessment.

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17 thoughts on “Updated National Curriculum Jigsaw

  1. […] blog is about the February drafts of the National Curriculum. For the latest version visit this page […]

  2. […] *This blog is about the July draft of the National Curriculum. For the latest version visit this page instead* […]

  3. Introducing a New Curriculum – Literacy 31 December 2013 at 12:06 pm Reply

    […] However, we now have a new National Curriculum – all online – though handily sold by Scholastic (!) And we have several months to work with teachers. With the introduction of any school wide change key questions should be asked, and I can thoroughly recommend @michaelt1979's curriculum jigsaws. […]

  4. […] curriculum jigsaws may help you to get an overview of content to see how it fits with what you are already […]

  5. […] to wonder if this role is going to drive me insane! Then I discover Michael’s work on his blog here. Suddenly it all started to fall into place, just like the jigsaw he devised. I shared this […]

  6. Paul Falkus 30 January 2014 at 9:17 pm Reply

    I love this jigsaw. Is it possible to have / download/ buy a copy that we could edit so it reflected our school better?

  7. […] in many ways this is a jigsaw activity and Michael Tidd has created a framework against which schools could audit the generality of their provi… developing annual plans from which topic themes could be developed through 2014-15 as a basis for […]

  8. […] original jigsaws were to highlight key strands of the curriculum in each year group, and gave a brief overview of […]

  9. […] next step was sharing the excellent curriculum jigsaws by michaelt1979. In year groups we looked at the new curriculum and started to come up with some […]

  10. Rob 21 May 2014 at 9:57 pm Reply

    This is great! Clear and well organised.

  11. […] new units and topic outlines. Please comment if your school is willing to share! Thanks! Resources: Again and again I recommend Michael Tidd! Another school’s story here from […]

  12. Janet Walker 25 September 2014 at 6:59 am Reply

    Any chance of an editable version of these fabulous jigsaws? We love them and appreciate all your hard work but would like to tweak them to add some of our school tweaks.

    • Michael Tidd 25 September 2014 at 7:47 am Reply

      I’ve emailed you.

      • Simon 29 January 2015 at 11:49 pm Reply

        Do you have an editable version of the year group jigsaws as I would like to tweak these to suit our school. Thanks

        • Michael Tidd 29 January 2015 at 11:55 pm

          There is a blank template in the ‘Free Resources’ section above

  13. Deborah 8 November 2014 at 1:59 pm Reply

    Hi Michael – Is it possible to have an editable version of your curriculum jigsaw – some of us are endeavouring to remain as creative with the curriculum and children’s interests as possible! It would be much appreciated to ‘tick’ a box!

  14. Louise Snell 15 January 2015 at 11:36 am Reply

    Hi Michael, as a school we really like your jigsaw post, would is it possible to have an editable version of it please. Thank you

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