First it was a reading list, now chess has been suggested for the primary curriculum.
Teachers often feel like pawns in the politicians' education game as each new government plans and tries to execute its own strategy, with the Opposition countering and trying to check their opponents.
What other games could we see in schools?
- 'Monopoly' for financial acumen?
- 'Backgammon' for strategic planning?
- 'Scrabble' for spelling?
- 'Trivial Pursuit' for general knowledge?
As some attempt to slim down the curriculum, others try to add more to it.
However, what's the point of a national curriculum when academies growing in number and favoured by the Government don't have to follow it?
Tell us you views on the curriculum review