Home / Technology / Should We Still Prioritise Maths and English over the Arts, When We Have Technology That Does It for Us?

Students grumbling about the need to learn certain math topics when ‘a calculator can do it for me’, is not a new occurrence. There has long been discontent about learning topics that technology can do for us. Now, as the capabilities of technology continue to expand, where does that leave the education priorities in the UK?
The core subjects of the National Curriculum are still maths, English, and science, with art and design in the foundation section. Foundation subjects are still important and compulsory in many schools, but they’re not given quite the same degree of attention. However, it may be time for a priority-reshuffle in the UK.
 

 
Maths and English: How Important Are They?
Maths and English have been long-term core subjects in the curriculum for very good reason. Not only are maths and English fundamental for teaching students how to read, write, and

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