From Department for Education:
The Secretary of State for Education, the Rt Hon Michael Gove MP, has today launched a statutory consultation on the draft legislative Order for the new national curriculum.
As you will know, the government has been reviewing the national curriculum in England since January 2011. In February of this year we published proposals […] Our formal public consultation, which closed in April, received over 17,000 submissions from a wide range of respondents. The summary report of those responses, along with the government response (which includes an update on the implementation of the new national curriculum), can be seen at https://www.education.gov.uk/consultations/index.cfm?action=conResults&consultationId=1881&external=no&menu=3.
[…] we have made a number of revisions to the national curriculum framework document and the draft programmes of study. You can view the new framework document and programmes of study, along with the consultation document on the Order for the new national curriculum and details of how to respond, at www.education.gov.uk/nationalcurriculum. The consultation will close on 8 August.
A local copy of the document file: The national curriculum in England: Framework document.