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Schoolchildren should study the arts until age 16, says report

Government-commissioned report by Classic FM boss Darren Henley warns of fears that coalition is ignoring cultural education

Henley, managing director of Classic FM, was asked to conduct the review by ministers in April last year. His report says that Ministers should consider making pupils study the arts up to the age of 16 amid concerns that cultural education in England is still "patchy".

See full report in the Guardian
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