GCSE reform: Design and Technology

This consultation seeks views on proposed subject content for GCSE design and technology which will be introduced for first teaching from September 2017.

The proposed subject content requirements will become regulatory documents that set out the minimum knowledge, understanding and skills needed for GCSE design and technology. They provide the framework for awarding organisations to create the detail of qualification specifications.

https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/gcse-reform-design-and-technology and related OfQual: https://www.gov.uk/government/consultations/gcse-reform-regulations-for-design-and-technology.

These close on 26th August.  Please provide your thoughts and input here.

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