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Taking Forward the
Primary Curriculum

A collection of essays, a series of seminars

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A Partnership between Salford Professional Development Ltd and NET
www.salford.ac.uk/spd
The Mike Baker Lecture
by Sir Michael Barber
The Inner Temple, London
March 2014
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