core subjects

core subjects

pl n
(Education) education Brit three foundation subjects (English, mathematics, and science) that are compulsory throughout each key stage in the National Curriculum
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He said the ministry will provide each secondary student with six books for the core subjects.
Students now have the opportunity to follow an intensive learning programme in core subjects in order to attain qualifications to further their studies or for employability purposes.
But creativity boosts performance in these core subjects too.
The SHS curriculum is made up of core subjects in eight learning areas that all SHS students will have to take, as well as applied and specialized track subjects which will be dictated by the track and the strand that a student chooses.
Al Sawaleh told Gulf News that instead of having two different streams with their focus on particular subjects, there will be mandatory core subjects that all pupils will have to learn.
The arts are driving up tests cores and closing achievement gaps in more than 30 Mississippi schools that are blending music, theater, visual art and dance into core subjects.
Caroline Spelman says that this is down to the Government's English Baccalaureate - achieved after gaining a C or better in core subjects.
Tories challenged over MP's suggestion that the Welsh language is holding back education in Wales I WISH my kids could drop Welsh as they could then concentrate upon the other core subjects.
To perform so badly in the international league table is bad enough, but to languish at the bottom of the UK table in all three core subjects is to add insult to injury.
TEESSIDE'S local authorities have seen improvement in GCSE results - but two were among the 20 worst performing when including the core subjects.
Pupils are assessed for core subjects of English or Welsh first language, Maths and Science.
Core subjects include ballet, tap, modern jazz, drama and singing.