National Curriculum for England

England's national curriculum was first launched by the Education Reform Act of 1988 when it was launched in England and Wales, but education was later transferred to the Welsh government. The national curriculum is a collection of subjects and standards used in primary and secondary schools so kid studies the same things including what subjects are informed and the standards that children should achieve in each subject.

The current statutory National Curriculum dates from 2014 at which point it was introduced to most year groups across primary and secondary education. Some elements were introduced in September 2015. The National Curriculum groups out the content matter which must be explained in a number of subjects in "local authority–maintained schools".