Provision in the Creative and Expressive Area of Study in a sample of Primary Schools in Northern Ireland

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HDL Handle:
http://hdl.handle.net/2428/4662
Title:
Provision in the Creative and Expressive Area of Study in a sample of Primary Schools in Northern Ireland
Authors:
ETI
Abstract:
This report presents the findings of the survey in the individual subjects of art and design, music and PE respectively. Evaluative comments are supported with examples which illustrate good practice. The District Inspections involved visits to 77 primary schools. Inspectors observed over 300 lessons distributed evenly within key stage (KS) 1 and KS2, evaluated relevant school documentation, talked with children as they worked in class, and examined samples of their work. In addition, the visits involved discussions with the principals, relevant curriculum co-ordinators, and class teachers. The Inspectorate also had discussions with the advisers within the Curriculum Advisory and Support Service (CASS) who have responsibility for the creative and expressive area of study.
Issue Date:
2005
URI:
http://hdl.handle.net/2428/4662
Type:
Project Report
Language:
is
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dc.date.issued2005-
dc.identifier.urihttp://hdl.handle.net/2428/4662-
dc.description.abstractThis report presents the findings of the survey in the individual subjects of art and design, music and PE respectively. Evaluative comments are supported with examples which illustrate good practice. The District Inspections involved visits to 77 primary schools. Inspectors observed over 300 lessons distributed evenly within key stage (KS) 1 and KS2, evaluated relevant school documentation, talked with children as they worked in class, and examined samples of their work. In addition, the visits involved discussions with the principals, relevant curriculum co-ordinators, and class teachers. The Inspectorate also had discussions with the advisers within the Curriculum Advisory and Support Service (CASS) who have responsibility for the creative and expressive area of study.en
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dc.subjectCreative and expressiveen
dc.subjectprimary schoolen
dc.titleProvision in the Creative and Expressive Area of Study in a sample of Primary Schools in Northern Irelanden
dc.typeProject Reporten
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