As Keir pointed out in his speech, our knowledge-rich school curriculum has not kept pace with technological and social changes, with learners leaving school ready for a world that is already in the past. This has left us on the back foot against the looming skills shortages that we’ve been tracking. That is why at Edge, we have called for an engaging curriculum that incorporates a truly broad spectrum of knowledge, skills and behaviour and links this to relevant real-world examples. One model for delivering this that we have been exploring with our partners at Rethinking Assessment is a baccalaureate that combines major subject disciplines alongside personal, community, and global learning. A short-term step towards achieving this could be the wide-scale adoption of a learner profile, such as the one developed by Rethinking Assessment. This would allow learners to showcase a wider portfolio of achievements beyond academic qualifications, such as extracurricular activities, work experience, and personal projects. We therefore welcome Labour’s commitment to reviewing the curriculum so that it delivers both knowledge and skills, recognising that both are vital for learners’ development.