Office for standards in education (dir.) (2010). Citizenship established? Citizenship in schools 2006/09. London : Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED), p. 1–64. En ligne : <http://www.ofsted.gov.u ... nship%20established.pdf>.
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|Resource type: Government Report/Documentation
BibTeX citation key: Officeforstandardsineducation2010
Keywords: Angleterre, Ă©ducation civique
Creators: Office for standards in education
Publisher: Office for Standards in Education (OFSTED) (London)
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"Citizenship established? Citizenship in schools 2006/9 shows schools are making encouraging progress in establishing citizenship as a secure part of the curriculum, with just over half of the secondary schools visited judged good or outstanding for studentsâ€™ achievement in their knowledge and learning.
The best schools do not just teach citizenship in classrooms, but help pupils become active citizens as well, by giving them opportunities to take on leadership roles in their school community, through volunteering or community action, or as part of a school council.
The report shows the best examples of citizenship education are often found in schools where citizenship has dedicated and regular space on the timetable. Those schools that rely too heavily on suspending the normal timetable to provide occasional time for citizenship are most unlikely to meet National Curriculum requirements".
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