It’s not the first time a school has been criticised for its school curriculum.
The curriculum for the latest edition of the Irish National Curriculum Framework (INCF) was criticised last year after it was published.
The Irish Times has obtained the curriculum and has been told that a major problem with the curriculum is the fact that it fails to deal with life skills.
The INCF has been given a red stamp by the Department of Education.
“The main problem is that the curriculum does not deal with the needs of students.
The focus is not on learning to deal effectively with everyday life, but rather on what they should learn in a class, or in a school environment, rather than in a home environment,” said the curriculum’s author, Professor Alan McBride.
Mr McBride, who is based in the North of Ireland, said that the main reason for this is the lack of an appropriate way to introduce life skills into school.
“In a very real sense the life skills programme in school is essentially just a set of rules and a curriculum,” he said.
Irish parents will have to choose between having their children attend the same school or having their child be sent to a different one.
According to the INCF, life skills are a key part of a school’s curriculum.
While the curriculum in the new edition of INCF does include the following topics:How to prepare children for the world around themWhat to look for in a job, life, school, work, work life, personal and family life, how to prepare yourself for a relationship, how you can be successful and how to find a mate, the curriculum also includes:What is a life skill?
The right to live and the right to succeed.
How to become a member of a family and to create an independent and responsible life.
What is the role of a parent and how do you make sure your child gets the best care.
How you can develop your skills in a family setting, at home or in your workplace.
The new edition will be published on Thursday, March 2.
It is available to buy online at www.icf.ie.