The campaign to reform the EBacc

Respond to the Government's consultation

The Government consultation on how to implement their English Baccalaureate (EBacc) proposals closes on Friday 29 January 2016. Whilst the consultation does not ask whether or not the EBacc should become compulsory, it does provide us with an opportunity to express our concerns about its implementation.

You can respond to the consultation either by downloading one of the Government’s response forms from their consultation website or by emailing

We strongly recommend writing a personal response to the consultation. However, should you wish to use our outline template consultation response to inspire your own consultation response, please feel free to do so.

To help you personalise your response you can use the helpful consultation briefing published by the Cultural Learning Alliance which has a wealth of key facts and figures to use in your response.

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