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The report of the Advisory Group on Education for Citizenship and the Teaching of Democracy in Schools identifies three inter-related components that should run through all education for Citizenship.
Pupils develop skills of enquiry, communication, participation and responsible action through learning about and becoming informed and interested citizens. This will be achieved through creating links between pupils’ learning in the classroom and activities that take place across the school, in the community and the wider world. The National Curriculum Handbook sets out what pupils should learn through citizenship education.