On 18 December 2014, the Minister for School Reform announced the publication of new A level content in Ancient Languages, Modern Foreign Languages, Geography, Mathematics, and Further Mathematics. The content for these A levels was recommended by the A level content advisory board (ALCAB), drawing on advice from subject experts, universities and subject associations.
The written ministerial statement can be viewed here.
The following documents have now been published on gov.uk:
- The new AS and A level content for Ancient Languages, Modern Foreign Languages, Geography, Mathematics, and Further Mathematics. All of these subjects will be introduced for first teaching in September 2016 apart from maths and further maths which will be introduced in September 2017 following advice from Ofqual and ALCAB.
- Government response to the consultation on AS and A level subject content in modern foreign languages, ancient languages, mathematics, further mathematics, and geography.
- Assessment of the equalities impact of new subject content for AS and A levels in modern foreign languages, ancient languages, mathematics, further mathematics, and geography.
Click here to read ALL’s response: 2014 ALL Response Reformed_GCSE_and_A_level_subject_content_consultation