House of Lords EBacc warning as schools dump creative A level subjects

Peers in the House of Lords have warned that the English Baccalaureate is leading to schools dropping creative subjects from their A-level roster.

In a debate tabled by Liberal Democrat peer Sal Brinton, speakers highlighted the potential knock-on effects of government education reforms on A-level subjects.

The debate comes amid ongoing efforts to halt the government's plans for the EBacc, which includes no compulsory creative subjects.

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