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Education in Wales: Our national mission 2017-21

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A new curriculum for Wales is being developed with education professionals across Wales with the aim of it being available to settings and schools by April 2019.
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Our action plan for Education in Wales (Our national mission)

The plan builds on both the 2014 Qualified for Life plan and the 2015 review of curriculum and sets out how the school system will move forward over the period 2017-21 securing implementation of the new curriculum with a focus on leadership, professional learning, and excellence and equity within a self-improving system.

The action plan focuses on raising standards for all, reducing the attainment gap, and delivering an education system that is a source of national pride and public confidence.