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Back in 2004, a group of education practitioners and researchers from across the UK came together to examine the state of primary education in England.

In 2006 the Cambridge Primary Review (CPR) was officially launched and, after three years collecting evidence from research, interviews, focus groups, submissions and official data, its 31 interim reports were followed by a final report with key findings and recommendations. This called for quick political fixes and snap reforms to be replaced by a long-term, sustainable vision for primary schools grounded in secure evidence. The review then moved into dissemination mode, building a national network with 12 regional centres and generating interest in over 150 countries as well as across the UK.

The third iteration of the project has just been launched – the Cambridge Primary Review Trust. At its inaugural event last week, Robin Alexander, CPR's founding director, outlined the trust's eight priorities – forging in the process an alternative agenda for the reform of primary education.

Below, Robin Alexander describes his ideas.

You can also download the full speech online at the Primary Review website (PDF).

Help schools tackle educational disadvantage and close the attainment gap.

Child poverty currently affects between 17% and 26% of Britain's children, depending on whether you use the relative or absolute poverty measure, and poverty and social disadvantage impact directly on children's educational progress and attainment. Despite a long succession of government initiatives aimed at tackling the problem, most recently through the pupil premium, the challenges remain severe. There's a great deal that expert and inspirational teachers and school leaders working against the odds can do and have done and we must learn from them. But for their work to achieve its full impact, it must be supported by the country's wider economic, social and educational policies. All too often, such policies pull in different directions.

Give children a real say in their learning.

We must celebrate children's voice and rights in school and the classroom. As the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child points out, children should "have a right to be involved in decisions about their own learning". This influence should extend to pedagogy as well as school councils, for the classroom is where citizenship starts, and we know that discussion, dialogue and argument are very powerful tools for learning.

Primary education should not just be about preparing children for secondary school.

We need to sort out what primary education is for, and ensure that aims driving the curriculum and are not merely cosmetic. To say, as the government does, that the main aim of primary education is to make children 'secondary ready' is to undervalue children's huge potential for development and learning during the primary years. Education is about the here and now as well as the future, but schools should also address the wider condition and needs of children and society in today's complex world. Children leaving primary school should of course be ready for what follows, but what follows year 6 is life, not just year 7.

Make 'breadth and balance' more than a slogan. Take seriously the curriculum beyond the 3Rs.

While primary schools must and do insist on the importance of literacy and numeracy, they should also lay foundations in other areas – in spoken language, science, the arts, the humanities, in physical, emotional and moral development and lived experience. These are in their different ways no less important for children's future learning, choices and lives; they might actually make children more "secondary ready" than the 3Rs alone.

The CPR argues against the old two-tier curriculum – where the basic subjects are covered in depth while the rest of the curriculum is in some schools treated seriously but in others is left to chance, and where the idea of 'standards' is confined to the 3Rs. This approach undermines the cultural and economic worth of the non-core subjects and flies in the face of research that shows how learning in one area enhances learning in others. Without deflecting attention from the importance of literacy, CPRT argues for a primary curriculum whose core includes essential knowledge, skills and experience drawn from all subjects, not just three of them.

Increase the focus on evidence-based pedagogy.

It's only through teaching that the curriculum comes alive for children. And it's only through understanding the art, science and craft of teaching – from research, inspection and shared experience – that teachers can inform and refine their practice. Relying on habit or official pronouncements isn't enough. A greater focus on what evidence tells us about effective teaching and learning will enable teachers to help every child achieve the highest possible standard in all aspects of their education.

Assessment should be about more than just test results.

Where assessment and standards are concerned we need a wider practical repertoire and a more sophisticated vocabulary. We must devise approaches that enhance learning as well as test it, that support the curriculum rather than distort it, and that pursue high standards in all areas of learning, not just the core subjects. It's no longer acceptable that tests at a moment in time and in a narrow spectrum of learning are treated as measures of a child's entire educational attainment or of everything that schools aim to provide. Tests have their place, but both assessment and accountability should be about much more than test results.

Schools should connect with the community.

Britain has immense demographic, economic, cultural and linguistic diversity, which creates a vast array of educational circumstances and needs. The best of our schools don't just work closely with their local communities but make the curriculum responsive to local needs and opportunities and live the very idea of community in their everyday work and relationships.

The discourse of educational policy must change, and radically

As recent events have shown, policymakers tend to be interested only in evidence that fits their ideology or prejudice, and they may ignore or even abuse those who provide evidence that doesn't fit the political bill. Deep and lasting improvements in our education system will be achieved only when policymakers are even-handed rather than selective in their use of evidence and when they speak about education in a way that exemplifies the educated mind rather than demeans it.

What do you think of these priorities? Share what you would change about primary education with us below.

Robin Alexander is chair of the Cambridge Primary Review Trust, fellow of Wolfson College at the University of Cambridge and professor of education at the University of York. A primary teacher turned researcher and writer, he initiated the Cambridge Primary Review in 2004 and directed it from 2006 to 2012.

Republic Day 2018

Meaning- Republic day is the day when our constitution was applied in India. Also, it is now celebrated as a national holiday in India as Republic day.

It’s our 69th Republic day of India. The Indian constituent assembly adopted the constitution on 20th November 1949 and it came into effect on 26 January 1950.

Indian constitution is the longest constitution in the world because it contains very uniqueness. It has 25 parts containing 448 articles and 12 schedules. This constitution was originally handwritten by Prem Behari Narain Raizada with his pleasing skill of calligrapher.

Apart from this, Shantiniketan’s artists decorated each page of the Indian constitution. 283 members of the constitution assembly signed the constitution of India.

On the Occasion of the Republic day, a big event is organized by the government of India. In the presence of President of India, a big and huge parade is held in the national capital of India at Rajpath as Republic Day parade. The parade performed India’s defense capability, power, army, culture, and heritage. At this day every Indian should take an Oath to make this country very peaceful and developed.

Every year Republic Day is celebrated with great pomp, enthusiasm, and glory. This is the day of a pride of each and every Indian.


Republic Day Slogan


“Freedom is not a thing, so it cannot be seen it can be felt only”.

“Freedom is worth if it makes people happy physically, mentally, socially and psychologically”.

“Our flag so grand on this independent land”.

“Happy independence day to you all, celebrate it happily”.

“I love my freedom, I respect my freedom”.

“A happy tear comes to my eye, to see my flag waving hight”.

“Remember the reason why we celebrate Independence Day”.

“Today we are breathing freely just because we live in an independent country”.

“We feel proud to live in a democratic country, however; do we know the real mean of democracy”.

“As being youth we only believe in the truth that we are forced to change country’s fortune”.

“We have been free of the ruling body, however; still getting ruled by corruption and terrorism”.

“In true sense, freedom is being free of diseases, greediness and filthy mind”.

“Freedom is not to be free from any ruler however it is to be free from all the boundations whether they are physical, social, political, psychological or intellectual”.

“Being Indian is our identity, however; being Republican is our country’s identity”.

“Let us see a dream at this republic day; One Nation, One Vision, and One Identity”.

“Our great republic is a government of laws and not of men. Here, the people rule”.

“Don’t see the colors our national flag has, feel the meaning it reveals behind”.

“In true sense, freedom is being free of diseases, greediness and filthy mind”.

“Real state of freedom is one with the controlled five sense organs”.

“Tiranga, which we unfurl on Republic Day, indicates our freedom”.

“Save the children, save the nation”.

“Educate the girl, develop the nation”.

“Empower women to empower the country”.

“We celebrate republic day since 1950 but be sure to celebrate clean India by 2019 also”.

“Let’s welcome development in the Republic India”.

“Let’s celebrate a clean day in India as like republic day”.

“Clean India, Developed India will be really an incredible India”.

“Let’s salute our real Heroes on Republic Day”.

“Be loyal to your duties towards the country”.

“Independent India, Republic India, let us make it developed India”.

“Republic day is a national event when India’s power, culture, and unity are displayed”.

“Clean India, green India, make it pollution free India”.


Republic Day Quotes


“We are Indians, firstly and lastly.” — B. R. Ambedkar

“Let us together commence a journey of peace, harmony, and progress in South Asia.” — Atal Behari Vajpayee

“Democracy means nothing if people are not able to work the democracy for the common good.” — Chandra Bhushan

“Let new India arise out of peasants cottage, grasping the plough, out of huts, cobbler, and sweeper.” — Swami Vivekananda

“India has no dearth of brave young men and women and if they get the opportunity and help then we can compete with other nations in space exploration and one of them will fulfill her dreams.” — Atal Behari Vajpayee

“The Republic is open and tolerant but also knows how and when to be firm and make its values respected.” — Jean-Pierre Raffarin

“A republic – if you can keep it – is about limitation, and for good reason, because we are mortal and our actions are imperfect.” — Mike Pence

“The power to mold the future of the Republic will be in the hands of the journalists of future generations.” — Joseph Pulitzer

“Our great Republic is a government of laws and not of men. Here, the people rule.” — Gerald R. Ford

“A Republic without parties is a complete anomaly. The histories of all popular governments show absurd is the idea of their attempting to exist without parties.” — Franklin Pierce

“Democracy means nothing if people are not able to work the democracy for the common good.” — Chandra Bhushan

“Citizenship consists in the service of the country.” — Jawaharlal Nehru

“We are Indians, firstly and lastly.” — B. R. Ambedkar

“Live the life as republic every day.” — Faiz Israeli

“A man’s feet must be planted in his country, but his eyes should survey the world.” — George Santayana

“Ask not what your country can do for you, ask what you can do for your country.”

“Thousands laid down their lives so that our country breath this day — never forget their sacrifice.”

“There are some parts of the world that, once visited, get into your heart and won’t go. For me, India is such a place.”

“In the republic of mediocrity, genius is dangerous.” — Robert Green Ingersoll 

“Freedom is not given, it is taken.” — Netaji Subash Chandra Bose

“Freedom is not worth having if it does not include the freedom to make mistakes.”—Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

“The little words in the Republic of Letters, like the little folks in a nation, are the most useful and significant.” — Samuel Richardson

“The principle of unity and indivisibility of the republic are the essential reference points.” — Giorgio Napolitano

“When people in positions of trust mislead us – either recklessly, negligently or intentionally – that impacts the republic.” — Trey Gowdy

“In a republic, that paradise of debility, the politician is a petty tyrant who obeys the laws.” —Emile M. Cioran

“This liberal progressive agenda.. is the antithesis of who we are as a constitutional republic.” —Allen West

“Toleration and liberty are the foundations of a great republic.” — Frank Lloyd Wright

“Behold a republic standing erect while empires all around are bowed beneath the weight of their own armaments – a republic whose flag is loved while other flags are only feared.” — William Jennings Bryan

“As We Match Out
In The Spirit Of Brotherhood And Nationhood,
Let Us Not Forget To Defend
The Colors Of Our Flag With All We Have.”
Happy Republic Day!


Republic Day Speech


Speech 1

A very GoodMorningtoMy Principal, My Teachers, andMy Dear Friends,My name is……. and I read in ….class.
Today we are gathered here for a very special occasion of our nation called as Republic Day as we all know that.

So basically today I am here to presenting a Republic Day speech. First of all, I would like to say a lot of thanks to my teacher as just because of her I have got such a beautiful and wonderful opportunity in my school to come on this stage and speak something about my country on this great and auspicious occasion of Republic Day.

Before starting this celebration first of all our chief guest of the Republic day hosts the national flag of India. Then we together stand up on our feet and sing our national anthem and give respect to our nation which is a symbol of unity and peace of India.

We celebrateRepublic Dayon 26 January as the Indian constitution came into force at this in 1950. India got Independence from the British ruleon 15th of August in 1947 which we celebrate asIndependence Day. However, on 26th January since 1950. We celebrate as Republic Day every year. At republic day celebration, a big arrangement takes place by the government of India in New Delhi at Rajpath in front of theIndia Gate.

This is 2018 and today we are here to celebrating a 69th Republic day of our nation. This is a great and auspicious occasion for all of us. we are celebrating Republic day every year with losts of joy and happiness.

As well as Indian Army do republic day parade and take the salute of the National Flag. There is also a big exhibition of the Indian culture and tradition takes place in the different Indian states to show the Unity in Diversity in India.

Jai Hind, Jai Bharat. 

 


 

Speech 2

I would like to say Good Morningto My Respected Principal, Sir, Madam and my dear colleagues. As we all know that we get together here to celebrate67th Republic Dayof our nation.

This is a very auspicious occasion for all of us. Since 1950, we are celebrating Republic Day every year with lots of joy and happiness. Before starting the celebration, our chief guest of the Republic Day hoists the national flag of India. Then we all stand up and sing our Indian national anthem which is a symbol unity and peace in India.

Our National Anthem is written by the great poet “Rabindranath Tagore”.

Our national flag has three colors and a wheel in the center with 24 equal stacks. All the three colors of ourIndianNationalFlag have some meaning. Thetop saffron color of our flag denotes the strength and courage of our country. Themiddlewhite colorindicates peace, however, lower green color indicates the growth and prosperity. There is a navy blue wheel in the center having 24 equal spokes indicating Dharma Chakraof the great king Ashoka.

We celebrate republic day on 26 January as the Indian constitution came into force at this day in 1950. At republic day celebration, a big arrangement takes place by the government of India in New Delhi at Rajpath in front of the India Gate. Every year, a chief guest (prime minister of other countries) is invited to fulfill the purpose of saying “Atithi Devo Bhava” as well as enhance the glory of the occasion. Indian army do republic day parade and take the salute of the National Flag. There is also a big exhibition of the Indian culture and tradition takes place in the different Indian states to show the Unity in Diversity in India.

Jai Hind


Republic Day Article


Article – 1

India became a Sovereign, Democratic and Republic state when the Indian Constitution came into force on 26thof January in 1950. India celebrates the memories of being a republican country on Republic Day every year. Indian President becomes the guest of honor at this day.

It is the day when Salute of 21 guns is given after unfurling of the Indian National Flag by the President. Indian Citizens celebrated this occasion with lots of enthusiasm and on this day in short there is a holiday in the whole country. Indian National Flag has a tricolor band (upper saffron, middle white and lower dark green in equal proportion). Middle white band has a navy-blue wheel with 24 spokes representing the Ashok Chakra.All the three colors of Indian Flag reveal different meaning (top saffron – strength and courage, middle white – peace and truth and lower green – fertility, growth, and auspiciousness of a country).


Article – 2

India commemorates the occurrence of its constitution into effect (in 1950 on 26th of January) on Republic Day. It is celebrated annually by the people all over the country. After the independence of India, the process of drafting Indian constitution was started. The Indian Constitution was adopted on 26th of November in 1949 by the Constituent Assembly, however, came into force two months later.

After implementing the democratic government system in India, it truly became a republic country. Mainly the republic day celebration takes place in the national capital, New Delhi in the presence of the president of India. A Republic Day parade is also performed at Rajpath to honor the Indian Flag and great soldiers who died to protect their country. India is a cultural and traditional country and It follows the culture of“Atithi Devo Bhava”.So, India invites a chief guest from another country every year at Republic Day celebration.


Article – 3

Republic day also called 26 January which is celebrated every year as this day is of great importance for every Indian. Because at this day India was declared as the republic country as well as the constitution of India came into force after the independence of long years of struggle. India got independence on 15th of August in 1947 and two and half years later it became the Democratic Republic.

It was appointed to the Drafting Committee to draft a permanent constitution of India at the meeting on 28th of August in 1947. Apart from this Dr. B.R. Ambedkarwas the chairman of Drafting Committee who took responsibilities and submitted the constitution of India to the Assembly on 4th of November in 1947, however, it took years to get enforced on 26th of January in 1950 to honor the pledge of“PURNA SWARAJ”.

Republic day is the national holiday in India when people celebrate this great day of honor in their own way by seeing news, speech at schools or get participated in quiz competitions related to freedom of India. At this day a big event gets organized by the Government of India at the Rajpath, New Delhi where a parade takes place by the India army in front of the India Gate in the presence of President of India after unfolding the India Flagand singingNational Anthem.


Article – 4

India was a slave country before 1947 by the British Rule for many years. However, after many years of hard struggle of freedom fighters, finally, India achieved independence in 1947 on 15th of August from British rule. After achieving Independence, India formed and implemented its own constitution as well as declared itself as the Republic of India. Earlier, just after the Independence, India did not have any permanent constitution. However, later in 1947 on 28th of August, a Drafting Committee was allotted in order to make a permanent constitution of India.

Moreover, The chairman of Drafting Committee was Dr. B. R. Ambedkar who successfully had drafted the Indian Constitution. India celebrates its freedom fromBritish Ruleas Independence Day (15th of August, annually) and remembers its constitution implementation as Republic Day (26th of January, annually).


 

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